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  • Lower Road,
  • Grayswood,
  • Haslemere, GU27 2DR
  • Tel: 01428 642086
Grayswood CE Aided Infant School

SEND Inclusion

Please follow this link https://www.surreylocaloffer.org.uk/kb5/surrey/localoffer/home.page which will take you directly to Surrey County Council's Local Offer on which we are listed. The Local Offer site contains information about services relating to special educational needs, disabilities, education and more.

Special Needs

From time to time many children will need special help either to overcome a learning difficulty or to ensure that the curriculum fully extends their abilities. Specialist help is available within the school. Our Special Needs co-ordinator oversees the work of a team of teachers and classroom assistants who support and advise the classroom teacher. They work within the class or in small groups and monitor the progress of children. Additional help is available when appropriate from Educational Psychologists and other outside support agencies.


Parents are always closely involved in all aspects special provision.

Our school aims

  • To understand that children may have complex issues – medical, physical, emotional and behavioural.
  • To identify and meet the needs of all pupils who have special educational needs as early as possible.
  • To consult outside agencies about formal assessments and Education, Health and Care Plans when necessary.
  • To involve parents in partnership with the school in meeting and addressing their child’s SEND.
  • To ensure that there is close co-operation between all agencies concerned and a multi-disciplinary approach is adopted.
  • To adopt a staged approach through following the Code of Practice
  • To acknowledge the responsibility of all staff in the process of identifying a child’s SEND.
  • To give all pupils equal access to a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum, including the National Curriculum, which is differentiated to meet individual needs.
  • To adequately resource children to meet their educational needs.
  • To inform and liaise with the Governing Body.
  • To monitor and review our procedures on a regular basis.


Our school community is committed to safeguarding the welfare of all children and protecting them from abuse. The curriculum will include the development of communication skills and positive self esteem as well as the personal skills necessary for children to protect themselves from harm.

Surrey County Council's Guide to SEND 14

Send Information Report 2019-20