SEND School Offer

Inclusion at Barns Green Primary School is the responsibility of the whole school community, permeating all aspects of school life and applicable to all our children. Alongside quality first teaching and a broad and ambitious curriculum, we may provide additional and different provision to support children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). The Special Educations Needs and Disabilities Coordinator (SENDCo), in collaboration with class teachers, will review and support all school-based interventions. The SENDCo will also liaise with external professionals, ensuring appropriate support and interventions are implemented and regularly reviewed. The success of these interventions and strategies are closely monitored and adapted as appropriate.

All interventions and additional provisions provided are personalised to ensure curriculum support is inclusive and meets the needs of individual learners. Alongside this, we also use robust systems to monitor pupil progress, aid academic and personal achievement and remove any barriers to learning. Up-to-date and relevant continuous professional development programmes for our staff ensure a cohesive, whole school approach to inclusion.

Please use the link below to download a PDF detailing our local offer under the Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Act.

Please note that this document is based on a format that is copyright Reading Council.

Our SEND Co-ordinator Miss Harris is available to discuss any concerns parents have. Miss Harris may also be able to sign post parents to other support groups if not covered by the school.

Please arrange appointments through the school office.

You can download Barns Green Primary School’s Information Report on SEND in PDF format below:

SEND Admissions
As a Local Authority maintained primary school, admissions for all children are organised and controlled by the Admissions department of West Sussex County Council.


West Sussex Local Offer

Details of the West Sussex Local Offer can be found below:

Details of our provision during the Spring Term 2021 lockdown can be found here:

Support for Parents/ Carers: – The West Sussex Local Offer helps you find information about local services, support and events for children and young people aged 0 – 25 years who have special educational needs or disabilities (SEND).   -Reaching Families offer support for parents and carers in West Sussex. They run a number of training sessions to support families, and also produce information leaflets.   – West Sussex Mind (sometimes referred to as Coastal Minds) –provide training course, help and advice to support children’s and families’ mental well-being and health.    – British Dyslexia Association is a useful website with information about dyslexia.  – The National Autistic Society give useful advice to parents / carers and families. They also have a directory, in which you can search for local and national services.   – Speech and Language Services – Talking Point provides a guide to speech and language services and useful links.   – West Sussex ASC WIKI. For parents with children with Autism or social communication needs.