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Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND)

At Priestmead, we believe that every child has the right to take part in a broad and balanced curriculum that enables them to fulfil their potential in a safe and happy environment. Our vision is for all our children to be fully included within school life and for all children to take part in learning activities that are suited to meet their needs.


We believe that being an inclusive school is about ensuring equality for all and providing opportunities for all learners regardless of their age, gender, aptitude or disability. We feel that every child should make excellent progress from whatever their starting point.  


Miss Boghani is our school SENDCo, if your child has any additional needs and you would like to discuss the provision for your child in more detail, please contact her:


Miss Boghani: Assistant Headteacher and SENDCo –


SEND at Priestmead - Our Approach


We set ambitious targets for all our children, and with you we help them to achieve them. This happens through a range of approaches including:

  • Quality First Teaching
  • Intervention Programmes
  • A focus on GAP/PRE Teaching
  • Additional adults for small group learning


We work with agencies such as Educational Psychologists and Speech and Language Therapists


If a child has a Special Education Need and/or a disability (SEND) , we will work in partnership with families to create the best possible provision we can. Miss Boghani is our SENDCo and her role is to help families understand what Priestmead can offer children with SEND, and also to support the teacher who will design the curriculum to best meet the needs of your child. 



Rainbow Resource:

Rainbow Resource is our ARMS provision for children with Autism. For more information on our Rainbow Resource, click below:


Harrow Local Offer:

The new SEN Code of Practice 2014 for all schools, requires them to make clear what they can offer children with SEND and their families and also their policy explaining their approach to SEN.


In terms of what HARROW offers parents/carers of children with SEND, go to:


There is advice from the National Network of Parent Carer Forums Click Here