SEND

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

At Holy Family we believe that all our children deserve access to effective teaching and learning, academically, socially and spiritually.


We deliver an inclusive curriculum throughout our school which means we have high expectations for all pupils and our approach to teaching and learn is differentiated to meet the needs of our children. Our pupil-centred approach to all aspects of school life ensures that all of our children are well prepared to make the most of what life has to offer, both at school and in later life.

Our Gospel Values, which are central to the school's mission – Respect, Love, Service, Faith and Hope – express both the rights and responsibilities that we champion for all our children, regardless of any specific barriers they may experience to their learning.


We have dedicated and optimistic staff who work extremely hard to ensure that all children get the most out of their time in school. We take a collaborative approach to learning which means our teachers along with the SENCO work in partnership with parents and families to ensure children make good progress from their individual starting points.


Our SENCO is Miss Monkman and our Governor with responsibility for SEND is Tony Holdsworth both are contactable via the school office either by phone or email 0208 856 2709 sao@hfprimary.org

SEN_Information_Report_2020-2021.pdf

SEND Information Report

SEND_Policy.pdf

SEND Policy