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Our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

Tillingbourne Junior School is dedicated to providing the best possible support for children with SEND. We work closely with pupils, parents/carers and outside agencies to support all pupils.

Tillingbourne provides a selection of support and interventions. This is demonstrated in the form of a Provision Map, which is separated into four main areas of need as identified by the SEND Code of Practice: 

  1. Cognition and Learning
  2. Communication and Interaction
  3. Emotional, Mental and Social Health
  4. Physical And Sensory

 The Provision Map outlines:

  • Wave 1 – provision for all pupils in the school, Quality First Teaching
  • Wave 2 – in addition to Wave 1 pupils who require slightly more specific support to work towards or meet end of year expectations   
  • Wave 3personalised support identified through specific assessments. These results are based on pupils who are working below age related expectations or pupils who have an Education Health Care Plan.

We hope that the documents answer most of your questions about the SEND Provision at Tillingbourne School, however, we understand there is nothing better than seeing the school first hand - so please contact the school office to arrange a visit.

The school’s Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) has an open door policy and can be contacted through the school office on 01483 504384 or via email at: info@tillingbourne.surrey.sch.uk where an appointment can be arranged.

Maria Lo Conte (NASENCO)


TB Sept 2018-1398
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