Click here to view our SEN policy

SEN Guide for Parents and Carers


Reciprocal Reading

'Reciprocal Reading is an intervention that we use in school in order to support children in developing their reading comprehension.  Groups of children read a selection of texts together with a Teaching Assistant.  The main activities carried out during each session are Prediction, Clarifying (where children ask about the meaning of words), questioning and summarising.'

Click here to find out more about Reciprocal Reading


Dyslexia Friendly School

Its official, we have achieved the Swindon Borough Council Dyslexia Friendly Quality Mark for the positive way in which we support pupils with Dyslexia.

Information on Dyslexia for Parents


SEN Information Report

As part of the SEND reforms, Swindon LA have produced a local offer which outlines all the support and activities that are available for children with SEN in the borough.  Every school has produced an SEN Information report as their contribution to this local offer.  Click on the links below for the school SEN information report and the Swindon Borough Council SEN local offer.

SEN Information Report (Contribution to LA Local Offer)

Information about Local Offer

Swindon Borough Council Local Offer

SEN Report to Governors

Click below for our school SEN information report.  This tells you what support is available to support your child if they have SEN.


Useful Links

Swindon Advocacy Movement

Swindon Advocacy movement are running the Independent Support Service as part of the SEN reforms and the SEND code of practice.  They are able to support parents and carers of children with an existing statement of SEN who are converting to an Education, Health and Care plan and parents and carers of children who are undergoing statutory assessment for an EHCP.

Information about the Swindon Advocacy Movement

Click here to go to the Swindon Advocacy Movement website

Special Educational Needs Disability and Advice Support Service (SENDIASS)

SENDIASS (formerly parent partnership) are able to support parents and carers of any child with Special Educational Needs, offering support and advice in a range of areas.

Click here to go to the SENDIASS website

Click here for information about the Independent Support Service

Useful Information

Click here for information about Early Health and Care Plans

Click here for information about West Swindon Family Centre

Click here for information about the School Nursing Service