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Hadley Wood Primary School is proud to have an inclusive ethos of supporting all pupils to enjoy learning, make progress and achieve. Every child is valued, and reasonable adjustments are made to support pupils according to their needs.
Our aim is to provide a nurturing and inclusive learning environment to enable every pupil to achieve their full potential, both academically and personally, and leave as a confident, capable and caring young member of society.

The school has an open door policy and as well as your child’s class teacher, our Special Educational Needs Coordinator, Paula Bertram, Assistant Head for Inclusion, is available to talk through and share any concerns that you have about your child’s education and wellbeing. She can be contacted via the school office email:

Useful links to websites to support children and their families:

The National Autistic Society is the main UK charity for supporting people with ASD and their families. It has lots of useful advice, guidance and resources.

British Dyslexia Association is a useful website with information about dyslexia, identification, assessment, guidance for parents and carers, etc. British Dyslexia Association

The ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity website has information to understand and support children, teenagers and adults with ADHD.

The Dyspraxia Foundation has information and supports individuals and families affected by developmental dyspraxia through books, suggestions, a teen newsletter, and an adult support group. Dyspraxia Foundation

The Young Minds website has information for students, parents and carers about mental health.

Talking Point is a website that provides a guide to speech and language services and useful links to other associated websites.

Mommy Speech Therapy is a useful website providing information and some free resources to support children with the development of their speech and communication skills.

Our Voice is 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.

SENDIASS: Special Educational Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Service provide advice and support for children and young people with special educational needs and their parents and carers.

Please use the following links below to read about our provision and how we make reasonable adjustments to support children who have Special Educational Needs or Disabilities and their families.

Enfield’s Local Offer for SEND – Enfield Council

SEN Services – Enfield Council