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At Denver V. C. Primary School we pride ourselves on our inclusive ethos and our commitment to providing an appropriate and high quality education for all our pupils. We believe that all children, including those identified as having special educational needs and /or disabilities (SEND) have an entitlement to a broad and balanced academic and social curriculum.

A pupil is considered to have a Special Educational Need where their learning difficulty or disability calls for special educational provision, namely provision different from or additional to that normally available to pupils of the same age.

For pupils with identified SEND, we make many adaptations to our educational provision and the school environment in order for all pupils to be fully included in all aspects of school life. We identify barriers to learning as they arise and provide appropriate support to enable every child to achieve his or her potential. 

Mrs Jones is the SENCO. Please contact her for any matters related to SEND. 


Norfolk SEND Partnership

The Norfolk SEND Partnership produces a monthly e-newsletter giving regular updates on training, news, articles and information on how they are supporting children and young people with SEND and their parents/carers in Norfolk.

If you would like to access the e-newsletters, please click on the following link: 


Useful SEND Websites

  • – A useful site for free, legally based Special Education advice
  • – The National Autistic Society website, the main UK charity for supporting people with ASD and their families (contains lots of useful advice and resources)
  • – For more information on Attention Autism and how you can support your child to develop attention and turn-taking skills
  • – An information directory for parents and carers
  • – Advice and support for parents of children with SEN
  • – Lots of information on ASD
  • – A comprehensive site, with a useful resource library
  • - I CAN is the charity that helps children with speech and language difficulties across the UK. The charity works to create a society where their special needs are recognised, understood and met, so that they have the same opportunities in life as other children
  • - Hypermobility Syndrome Association provides specific information for children and their parents to help families who often just don’t know where to turn
  • - The BDA is the voice of dyslexic people 
  • ttps:// - Special Needs Jungle provides parent-centred information, news, special needs resources and informed opinion about SEND
  • - The home of Whole School SEND - hosted by nasen