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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

At Jubilee Primary School, our nature is to nurture and to give children a strong sense of identity. We believe that neurodiversity is to be understood and celebrated. We work closely with our children and their families to plan the provision most appropriate for them.


‘A warm and happy welcome awaits everyone who steps through the door of this inclusive school. Across the school, the support for the identified needs of pupils with SEND is strong. Support is delivered by expert staff. ‘My learning plans’ set out the additional help that pupils need. These plans capture the views of pupils and parents. Therefore, every decision is focused on providing the support needed to help each pupil to learn. This means pupils with SEND achieve very well.’ OFSTED, October 2023


What parents have said about Jubilee: “Individual students are treated as such – each need is addressed well and both child and family are well supported. I feel my child is seen as both an individual and part of the school community.” Parent of a child on the SEND register.


What is the SEND information report?

Jubilee Primary School’s SEND information report sets out what we provide for our children with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) throughout their time with us. It explains how we support them on to the next stage of their education. Our SEND policy gives more detail about our day to day procedures.


The purpose of our SEND information report

The purpose of our school’s SEND information report is to inform parents and carers about:

  • how we welcome into our school children with special educational needs and/or disabilities;

  • how we support them in all aspects of school life and remove barriers to achievement;

  • how we work in close partnership with parents/carers and children;

  • how we make effective provision for all of our children with special educational needs and disabilities.


We will keep our SEND information report under review by asking parents and children what is working well and what they want to improve.

Mrs Rebecca Biddlecombe is our school SENCO. Please contact the school office or contact Mrs Biddlecombe directly via email to arrange an appointment:

Email: or 
Tel: 01622 808873

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