Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

At Greenfield we are proud of the excellent reputation we have for supporting and developing children with special educational needs and disabilities. 

All children receive high quality teaching which is then differentiated for individual pupils. Support is led by Mrs Watkins, our SENCO and Assistant Head teacher and Mrs Berry, Assistant SENCO alongside pastoral care specialists, class teachers and their learning support assistants.

We work closely with parents and health professionals to ensure interventions for learning and practical support meet the child's individual needs.

You can read more about our provision for SEND children here:

SEN Information report GF 2022-23

Helping parents

We have a comprehensive range of support and information for parents for:

 - ADHD

 - Autism

 - Speech and Language

 - Dyspraxia

 - Sensory Processing

 - Dyslexia

 - Dyscalculia

 - Reading

 - Mental Health and Wellbeing

 - Writing

 - Parent Support

 - Homeschooling

 - Return to school

 - Starting Secondary school

Click HERE to access the guidance.

Other useful sources of support

The Solihull Approach

Free online courses for all parents, carers, grandparents and teens - nurturing emotional health and wellbeing from bump to 19+ years

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust has partnered with the Solihull Approach to offer free access to expertly designed online courses for parents, carers, grandparents and teens living in the region.

Sign up to understand your child’s feelings, as well as your own, as you go through life as a family. Learn to understand the changes in your child’s development and how to support them, whilst also strengthening your relationship. Click HERE to access the courses.

Healthy Together and your Public Health School Nursing Service

Healthy Together is a universal service from Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust for children and their families from 0-11 in Leicestershire and Rutland.

Your Public Health School Nursing Service

Public Health School Nurses from Healthy Together are available to help you and your child in many different ways. You can find help and support with:

 - Behaviour

 - Continence

 - Physical health

 - Emotional health

 - Parenting

 - Healthy lifestyles

 - Diet and nutrition

 - Plus much more

Your Public Health (School) Nursing team can be contacted via your child’s school, or alternatively you can find the contact details by selecting your child's school from the drop down list on the Health for Kids Grownups website.

Discover more about the school nursing team here

 

ChatHealth is a confidential text messaging service provided by Healthy Together that enables parents and carers to contact their Public Health (School) Nursing team for advice and support. You can get in touch for advice and guidance about any aspect of your child’s physical or emotional health.

Text a Public Health (School) Nurse on: 07520 615 382

The service operates between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, excluding bank holidays. The team aim to reply to you within one working day and you should get an immediate message back to confirm your message has been received.

If you need help before you hear back, you should visit your local walk-in centre, GP or call 111. In an emergency, call 999.

Health for Kids - a fun and interactive resource for learning about health

Local Offer

Leicestershire County Council provides information and support for parents of children with SEND - this is known as Leicestershire's Local Offer. Click here to go to directly to the Local Offer page. For information on Leicestershire's expectations of SEND provision in schools, click on the document below.

SEND-Schools-standards-Guide-for-parents