Broke Hall Community Primary School

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Special Educational Needs

Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

At Broke Hall School there is an expectation that all students, regardless of their specific needs, will be offered inclusive teaching which will enable them to make the best possible progress in school and feel that they are a valued member of the wider school community.

Broke Hall is an inclusive school and offers a range of provision to support children with communication and interaction, cognition and learning difficulties, social, mental and emotional health problems or sensory or physical needs. This is outlined in our SEN Report.

The range of support deployed will be tailored to individual need following thorough assessment by internal or external agencies. It is designed to promote students working towards becoming independent and resilient learners and should not be seen in isolation.

Our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo) is Mrs Debbie Stanford.

Mrs Stanford is always happy to meet with parents to discuss programmes of support and to answer any queries. She can be contacted via email 

The SEN Report can be read here:

SEN Report

The SEN Policy can be read here:

SEND Policy

The Accessibility Plan 2017-2020 can be read here

Accessibility Plan

Resources to help with returning to school

Click on the links to find some useful resources to talk through returning to school with children. 

 Social Distancing Booklet 

Going back to school Social

When school returns  

Support and Guidance 

Click on the pictures to visit the following website pages. 

Local authority website:   

Excellent guidance and links to additional support for the families of children on the Autistic Spectrum:


Excellent guidance and support for the families of pupils with dyslexic traits: Please note that a diagnosis is not necessary in order for a child to receive support and intervention in school.


An exciting new parent portal, offering parents free speech and language advice, resources and activities: 

Advice from CISS behaviour support service to help parents prepare their children for the transition back to school.

See below for a booklet recommended by CISS to help children to relax when they are feeling anxious and/or finding things difficult to manage.

Please click on the button to go to the SEND Home Learning page:

At Home with Special Educational Needs