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Welcome to Hollybush Primary School's SEND page


Here you will find our SEN information report and school inclusion policy, along with our accessibility plan.


The calendar is updated frequently with important dates for your diary. We hold half termly coffee mornings to give parents and carers the opportunity to share experiences in an informal setting. These sessions will also often have guest speakers providing insights into different areas of SEND. There will also be opportunities throughout the school year to attend sessions where teaching staff will provide extra support and resources in an area of the curriculum to support your child with their learning at home.


If your child is receiving extra support and is on a 'stepping stones' learning plan, you will be invited termly to come into school to discuss your child's progress and future targets. These dates will be updated on the calendar throughout the year.


In the 'helpful resources' section, you should find some resources to use at home to support your child with their learning, emotional regulation, behaviour and communication. You will also find some information on the different areas of SEN that your child may either have, or other children in their class may have these additional needs. It is important that we all have a broad understanding of the barriers to learning that children may be facing and how we can support them. We have a wholly inclusive ethos at Hollybush. Our values encourage our children to be kind children who learn together, irrespective of starting points or learning barriers.


If you have any concerns about the progress of your child you can contact your child's class teacher to arrange a meeting or email the SENCo to arrange an appointment.






Grace Borgeat

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator & Mental Health Lead

Katie Collingwood

Learning Mentor

Amy Smith

Link Governor for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Ian Chandler 

Nurture Lead

Charley Tilbury

Deputy Mental Health Lead