SEND Curriculum

Our SEND Vision & Policies


Redbridge primary is fully inclusive and we welcome all children and parents. We want every child in our school to be inspired to learn and to be happy and settled. We have high expectations and pupils make good progress. We recognise the contribution that all our children make to the school community.

SEND Policy

Remote Learning

Below you will find some resources to help support your child with their home learning.

For parents preparing Autistic and SEND children to come back to school, please take a look at the following website:

Preparing Autistic & SEND Children for going back to school

Local Send Offer Information

As part of the Local SEND Offer Regulations in the Children and Families Act 2014, every school is required to publish its own Local Offer, which sets out how they support children with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND).

Please see the document below to see what Redbridge Primary School can offer.

Guide for Families: How do we identify and support children with Special Educational Needs at Redbridge Primary School

At Redbridge Primary School, we want to make sure no child is left behind. below is a guide for families for how we identify and support children with Special Educational Needs at Redbridge Primary School.

Redbridge Primary School - Learning Passports

 A Learning Passport is a bespoke document that will be drawn up collaboratively by the class teacher,
family and child. Together, 3-4 targets will be created that the child will work upon for the next term.
Targets may be guided by reports from outside agencies if these are involved with the child.

Send Enquiries

To contact our Send coordinator Ms H Heer for any queries regarding SEND please complete the short form below

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