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Special Educational Needs at Aston Clinton

Our vision statement is the back drop for all we do in school, including our work with our pupils with additional learning needs.


Many children, at some point during their time at school, need a little extra support in order to make progress with their learning. Most of these children will have extra help arranged for them in school, using an 'adaptive curriculum'.  Some children, however, may have ‘special educational needs’.


Our Padlet gives families information about the variety of ways we ensure we support our children with special educational needs (SEN) to achieve their potential. 

Made with Padlet

All schools receive funding in their budget to allow them to provide for pupils with SEN, and have the freedom to make the necessary arrangements using existing staff, or look for advice and support from outside the school. When a child has a special need, the school and its Governing body is required to fulfil the requirements set out in the Children and Families Bill 2014.   


Who to contact.

If you are concerned about your child please initially speak to your child’s class teacher. Further to this please contact our SENDCo, Mrs Melissa Garraway, by emailing


If you would like to give us feedback, including compliments and complaints about our SEND provision please contact us through the school office: We aim to respond to any complaints within 7 working days and will ensure they are dealt with in accordance with our complaints policy.


Key Contacts:

SENDCo Mrs Melissa Garraway

SEND Governor Mrs Rebecca Taylor

ARP Manager Mrs Claire Giles