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SEN Support

pdf Special Educational Needs Information (153KB)
At High Wych Primary School we strive to support all children to enable them to achieve at school. In order to do this many steps are taken to support them through their learning journey. Quality First Teaching is vital; however for some children there are occasions when further support may be needed to help them achieve their targets.

PDF icon SEND/Inclusion Policy (129KB)

pdf Accessibility Plan (161KB)


Support Groups

Neurodiversity Hub (314KB)
We are delighted to let you know about the launch of The Hertfordshire Neurodiversity Support Hub.  The Hub is open Monday - Friday 9am-1pm
The Hub is staffed by experts by experience, they can answer any questions to do with Neurodiversity, however big or small, or just be a listening ear.  Please note, no diagnosis is required to access the support and the helpline is open to parents, carers and professionals.The Hub can be contacted by phone on 01727 833963, with an answerphone facility for out of hours or by email at supporthub@add-vance.org

bsquaredB Squared products are all about showing the small steps of progress pupils with SEND make.

Services for parents, carers and families (hertfordshire.gov.uk)  From this page you can find all the different types of support that parents and carers of children and young people with SEND might be able to access, including information on support groups, mental health, parenting courses and how to access services such as SENDIASS.

Getting help at school from your SENCO (hertfordshire.gov.uk) This page explains what the role of a SENCO is, and how parents and SENCOs can work together to achieve the best results for a pupil. It may help you to work with a parent and set out for them what to expect and how to ensure things run smoothly.

If your child is too anxious to go to school (hertfordshire.gov.uk) This page is designed to help parents whose children’s attendance is low due to anxiety, and has advice on how to support them and where to go for help.

Contact a SEND service (hertfordshire.gov.uk) This page has contact details of the different SEND services, including details of Advice Line for EPs, the SLCA team, the SpLD team and others.

New to SEND (hertfordshire.gov.uk) This page has information and advice for those whose children have just been diagnosed with SEND, or have suspected SEND.

pdf Bounce Forward Raise Resilience (1.06MB)
Parents want to support their children back into the world. They are a little unsure and know that their children will need to be resilient to deal with uncertainty and bounce forward in the best way – we can help.

Parenting Support Hertfordshire County Council's Childhood Support Services has commissioned a range of group based targeted parenting support, aimed to meet the needs of all parents and carers in Hertfordshire.

pdf SPACE (83KB) Supporting Parents of Children with Autism/ADHD and related conditions.

ChatSS - Supporting parents of babies, toddlers and of children in special and mainstream schools with additional needs. Meeting dates to follow.

Autism Family Support Group - Informal support group for parents/carers with children who have Autism or are awaiting ASD diagnosis. Meeting dates to follow

pdf PACT for Autism (146KB) Keep In Touch

pdf PACT for Autism (394KB) Talks Services