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At Bramford and Somersham Primary Federation we are committed to offering a broad, balanced curriculum to ensure the best possible progress for all our pupils.  The Federation is committed to a policy of inclusion: one in which the teaching, learning, achievements, attitudes and well-being of all children matter, including those identified as having special educational needs or disabilities.

Mrs Sizer-James is our Federation Special Needs Co-ordinator (SENDCO) and she is available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. If you would like to contact her with any concerns, then you can either email her at esizerjames@bramsomfederation.net or contact either school office and they will forward your email or phone call message to her.

The following information report has been agreed by our Governing Body, together with our SEND Policy (click here to read) and Accessibility Plan Policy (click here to read). The purpose of the report is to give parents an overview of what we can offer as a Federation to support children with SEND. To download the full report click here or alternatively you can look at an overview using the interactive icons below.

What to do if you suspect your child has SEND?
How do we identify children with SEND?
How do we teach children with SEND?
How will my child with SEND be supported to access the curriculum along with other children?
What interventions are used to support children?
How do we measure progress for children with SEND?
What if my child needs expertise beyond that which the school can provide?
How will I be kept up to date with what is happening for my child?
How can I support my child’s school experience when they have SEND?

   What is SEND?

How will transitions be supported for my child with SEND?
What does all the Jargon mean?
Who is the SENCO?
Staff Training and Expertise
What should I do if I have a complaint about my child’s SEND provision?
Where can parents and carers access support?
What does Suffolk LA offer children with SEND? (LA ‘Local Offer’)
How do we ensure access for children with disabilities?
send policy