Special Educational Needs & Disability

SEND & Inclusion Policy

SEN Information Report

Waltham Forest Local Offer (External Website)


Ms K Hughes - Joint SENCO
Ms S Devlin - Joint SENCO
Ms S Kanel - Student Inclusion
Ms S Robertson - Teacher of EAL
Ms B Sheheryar - Teaching Assistant
Ms F Jogyat - Teaching Assistant

We provide a range of in-class support and small-group or individual withdrawal, depending on the student’s special educational needs and the learning to be covered.

Depending on the level of need in the school, small group or individual interventions may focus on a combination of the following:

  • Language and Communication
  • Vocabulary
  • Higher Order Language Skills
  • Literacy skills
  • Numeracy skills
  • Self-Management skills
  • Assertiveness
  • Counselling
  • Social Skills
  • Mentoring Programme

We run KS3 and KS4 homework clubs every day at lunchtime which are staffed by at least 2 members of the team. SEN and EAL students are encouraged to attend to ensure they are able to complete the work expected of them. Before and after school we have a programme of addition support to ensure that all students make good progress. 

If you have a particular concern about your son and special educational needs, please contact Mrs Hughes via email at SEN@norlington.school