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Hillbrook Primary School

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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Hillbrook is an inclusive school that enables all pupils, including those with additional special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), to reach their full potential. By working in partnership with pupils, parents and carers we are continually developing our provision.

Our practices and procedures are embedded into school life to ensure pupils’ special educational needs are identified swiftly. We consider each of the pupils when planning and provide a curriculum which is accessible to all. We acknowledge that some pupils require additional support to ensure access to a full curriculum and, where appropriate, a range of support strategies are implemented.

If additional specialist advice and support is necessary, we seek external agency support from professionals such as speech and language therapists, educational psychologists and the school nurse. We are committed to effective collaboration between all agencies working with a child and use a multi-disciplinary approach to meeting pupils’ special educational needs. All staff at Hillbrook are provided with training, coaching and support to develop and refine good practice when working with SEND pupils.

If you wish to talk to us about your child’s needs or the provision in place, please speak to their class teacher or contact the special educational needs team directly.

Information Report

To read our information report, which has details of support available and the processes relating to this, please click the link below:

PDF icon Information Report

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Please see below for how we support the mental health, emotional health and wellbeing of our pupils and staff:

PDF icon Mental Health and Wellbeing Offer 

Parent and Carers

Wandsworth Council and Positive Parent Action can provide vital support at or

Useful Downloads

Download the Parent and Carer Guide

Download the  Special educational needs and disability code of practice from the the Dept of Education.