Welcome toSpringhead Primary School

Welcome toSpringhead Primary School


Springhead Primary School is an inclusive school and supports children with Special Educational Needs and/or Disability (SEND). Please see below for our school SEND Policy and SEND Information Report.
If you have concerns regarding your child and feel that there may be an SEND need that you would like to discuss with the schools SENDCo please follow our Identification Pathway for Parents and Carers. This can be viewed below.
If you would like to see how we identify children with SEND within school then you can view the Identification Pathway for Staff below.
If you have concerns regarding your child's behaviour at home or in school please refer to our behaviour support pathways. These can be viewed below,

COVID-19 Home learning.


With the school currently closed to the majority of our pupils I understand that many parents of pupils with SEND needs may be concerned about the provision for their children. Whilst the class pages contain many activities suitable for all pupils I will also put activities and resources aimed specifically at those pupils on our SEND register here on this page. I will continue to add new activities as the weeks progress. Please feel free to adapt these activities for your children if needed. 


I have also attached a risk taker booklet (shared by a fellow SENDCo colleague) with lots of practical ideas that you can do with your children to enhance their 1:1 learning time with you or another family member at home. Please be aware that some of these activities were devised before COVID-19. Please ensure that you are enjoying them with your child within the new regulations from our Government at this time.


Should you have any concerns or wish to contact me please do so by emailing 


Stay safe, Mrs Gent (SENCO)

Our accessibility plan sets out our aims in ensuring that the school is fully accessible in terms of access to the curriculum, to the physical environment and to information for members of our school community. 


Our SENDCo is: Mrs Catherine Gent