At Primley Wood we greatly value the diversity of our pupils. We encourage an inclusive ethos where staff and pupils value and respect each other regardless of individual needs, backgrounds and abilities. There is a place here for everyone.

We value the views of our pupils and their families and encourage open and honest dialogue. We have high expectations of all our pupils and where needs are identified we endeavour to put support in place at the earliest possible stage. We want the best for, and from, all the children in our school.

What to do if you think your child has special educational needs

The first thing to do is talk to the class teacher or the SENDCo (Special Educational Needs & Disability Coordinator) about your concerns and by working together we can decide on the best course of action for your child and family.

You can do this by ringing, emailing or calling in to school to arrange a meeting. The SENCo and class teacher will listen to your concerns and put appropriate actions in place. This may involve seeking advice and help from other external professionals if necessary.

Alternatively, we may contact you in the first instance if we think your child needs additional support.

The more information you can give us and help to deliver support put in place, the more value we can add to your child’s life at school.

Our SEND Policy

More details on how we can support can be found in our SEND Policy and Schools Offer Policy.

SEN Information Report 2019

Read more about SEN at Primley Wood by clicking the link below:

SEN Information Report 2019

Accessing additional support

Visit Leeds City Council’s dedicated web pages to find out what other support you may be able to access. Click on the button below.