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Special Educational Needs and Disability


SEND Provision at Easingwold Primary School


Providing for children with SEND is the responsibility of every adult at Easingwold Primary School. However, the adult with named responsibility for SEND is our SENCo Miss.T.Potter. She can be contacted on the school telephone number 01347 821282 or by emailing


Miss Potter champions the needs of children with learning, medical or physical difficulties. She is a member of the School Leadership Team (SLT) and represents the view of the parents and children, who fit within the SEND category. This ensures that the voice of these, often vulnerable pupils, is front and centre of our decision making. 


Our children come to school with a wide variety of needs and challenges. We work hard at Easingwold Primary School to achieve 'Excellence for all.' This means we have a sharp focus on helping children overcome barriers to their learning so that all children can thrive and achieve highly.


Our approach to supporting children with Special Educational Needs is consistent and effective. We follow the policies and procedures set out below. Further to our own school policies we have also attached a link to the Local Authority 'Local Offer'. This sets out what families and children should expect in terms of support if they have special educational needs 


As with any other section of our school website, we would welcome a conversation with you if you have any questions. If you are a parent of a child with SEND, why not make an appointment to speak with us so that we can share the provision we can offer.

Policies and Documentation


There are a number of key policies and documents that are associated with our SEN provision. These can be downloaded below:

Compass Phoenix and Mental Health


Our staff work with a local charity so that they are well equipped to provide support to children, who may be experiencing social and emotional difficulties. We see good mental health as a key component to enabling children to thrive. Please also see the mental health and wellbeing section of our website.

Thinking about Dyslexia

At ECPS we screen all children in year 3, to see if they present with Dyslexic-type tendencies. Reports are shared with parents/carers. All of our classrooms are Dyslexia friendly and support children's different needs when learning. To see how our classrooms are Dyslexia friendly, please see our Single Equality Scheme and Accessibility Plan.  


See Dyslexia Differently

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