SEND Information

At Eversley we welcome pupils with Special Educational Needs and make every effort to support them.   All our classes are fully inclusive and we have high expectations for all our pupils, including those with SEND.  Every child is valued and given support according to their needs.   By nurturing the whole child and building self-esteem, confidence grows and children acquire the necessary skills to become responsible young people.  Working in partnership with parents, all staff encourage children to develop a love of learning, to aspire to achieve their best and support them to succeed.

The Inclusion Manager, class teacher, parents and the pupil themselves (if they are able to) will work together to decide on action required to support the pupil with access to the curriculum. This may involve any of the following: providing additional resources, adapting materials, group or individual support and withdrawal intervention programmes. We recognise that each child is a unique individual and we aim to provide support in a sensitive, caring and inclusive manner.

We receive additional guidance and support from outside agencies including the Speech and Language Service, Behaviour Support Service, Educational Psychology Service, Education Welfare Service and work in close partnership with these agencies. We also ensure continuity by establishing contact with pre-schools and secondary schools for identified pupils.

Please click on the links below for further information.

SEN Policy 2023-2024

Eversley Primary School Provision Map

SEND Information Report 2023 (updated Sept 2023)

Glossary of SEND Terms

SEND Reforms and Myth Buster

Enfield Early Help For All Strategy 2020-2024

Please see below some useful links  – Speech and Language Services – Talking Point provides a guide to speech and language services and useful links to other associated websites. – Young Minds – a national charity committed to improving the mental health of all children, advice about depression, eating disorders, and other mental health issues affecting children. – Mental Health Foundation has on-line information about anxiety, depression, ADHD etc – The National Autistic Society website, the main UK charity for supporting people with ASD and their families (contains lots of useful advice and resources) – A really useful set of social stories to share with children, covering topics ranging from coping with a new baby in the family to getting a haircut to making friends. The National Autistic Society website also provides guidance on writing your own personalised social stories

British Dyslexia Association – a useful website with information about dyslexia, assessment and identification, exam concessions etc.

Dyspraxia Foundation – offers information and supports individuals and families affected by developmental dyspraxia through books, suggestions, a teen newsletter, and an adult support group. – Our Voice, a parent–led organisation working with parents and carers, as well as the statutory and voluntary sectors, to improve services for children and young people with disabilities or special educational needs in Enfield.