Skip to content ↓

Proud to be part of

SEND and inclusion

A pupil has special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) if they have a learning difficulty or disability that calls for special educational provision - that is, provision different from or additional to that normally available to pupils of the same age.

Benjamin Adlard is an inclusive learning environment. We understand that some children need more support than others to achieve, and we aim to support all pupils to participate in school life and learning to the best of their individual abilities.

The school complies fully with the Equality Act 2010 and the School Admissions Code 2012 in relation to the arrangements for the admission of disabled pupils. Where a child is disabled, the school will make reasonable adjustments and provide auxiliary aids or services to ensure that no disabled child is placed at a substantial disadvantage compared to other pupils.

Parents of children with disabilities are advised to speak to us prior to admission to discuss any reasonable adjustments required, so we can plan accordingly.

Our SENDCo is Mrs Debbie Glover. She helps to ensure SEND provision at the school is as strong as it can possibly be. You can contact her on 07785 239491, or via email at

Below you can find our SEND Information Report and a link to the local authority’s local offer. To view our Special Educational Needs (SEN) Policy & Accessibility Plan visit our Policies page.