Holywell Primary and Nursery School


Welcome to our SEND page


Here you will find lots of information about supporting children with Special Educational Needs.


At Holywell Primary School, we are all here to help!

We operate an open door policy and you are welcome to come into school to discuss any concerns or questions you might have about your child. Our school has a SENDCO (Special Education Needs and Disability Coordinator):

My name is Miss Evans. I work with children, teachers, parents/ carers and agencies to ensure that our pupil’s needs are met. If you would like to contact me, you can arrange a meeting through the school office or email me on sen@holywell.worcs.sch.uk

You can read the SEND Code of Practice (January 2015) by clicking the link below.


Local Authorities must publish a local offer, setting out in one place, information about provision that is available for children and young people in their area who have special educational needs (SEN) or disability. The local offer covers: Support available to all children and young people with SEN or disability from universal services such as early years settings, schools and colleges; Targeted services for children and young people with SEN or disability who require additional short term support over and above that provided routinely as part of universal services; Specialist services for children and young people with SEN or disability.

Worcestershire’s Local Offer can be found here.


Worcestershire SEND services

Call the SEND Services Helpline on 01905 845579

Email SEND Services on SEN@worcestershire.gov.uk


Birmingham’s Local Offer can be found here. 


Call the SEND Services : 0121 303 5004.

Email: sendiass@birmingham.gov.uk


Our School Information Report can be found here:

SEND Information Report

A glossary of SEND Terms can be found here:

Glossary of SEND acronyms


Helpful resources:



About ADHD- A guide for children    https://www.adhdfoundation.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Childrens-Guide_FINAL.pdf

About ADHD- A guide for Parents and Carers   https://www.adhdfoundation.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Parents-Guide_FINAL.pdf


Speech and Language Therapy


A range of good posters to help with

Looking rules

Dinner time conversation starters

Teaching emotions book mark

Comments and questions classroom reminder

comments and questions

Communication friendly ways to use your Ipad2

conversation closers

Conversation keepie uppie

Dinner time conversation starters

dummy chart

Early sentence building

Fluency tips 2

Friend spotting

Giving Specific Praise 2019


Key facts strategies about working memory

Looking rules

Making Praise Powerful


Number word sorting primary

Raising awareness of rhyme

Roll a story

say it

Self help memory strategies

What not to say to a worrier

What not to say to your Primary Reluctant Speaker


Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) 


Here there are a range of resources to explain ASC and to help day to day.