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Welcome to Haggerston School’s SEND page

On this page you will find information on the support we provide for students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. We hope you will find this information useful and that it will give you a clear understanding of how we support students with SEND throughout their learning journey at Haggerston and into further education or employment.

At Haggerston we believe that all students should be provided with a safe environment in which they enjoy learning and make outstanding progress. If any problems arise, they will be dealt with promptly and in partnership with the students and their parents/carers.

Our Special Educational Needs department can be contacted by:

If your child has a Special Educational Need or Disability and you would like more information, please contact the SENCo department.


We have an extensive offer of support available to all students on the SEND register. We call them interventions and these can happen before school, during lessons, at lunchtime or after school. Some are offered as a small group and others are 1:1.

We have made 3 short films that explain the work of some of the interventions we offer. These include word awareness, Lego therapy and zones of regulations as well as the work of the speech and language therapists.

We hope you find them useful. Please do not hesitate to contact the inclusion team if you need further information or you want to discuss any concerns around your child’s additional needs .

Further Resources

To view our policies on SEND, Accessibility, Child Protection and Safeguarding and Anti-Bullying, please visit our Policies page.

For parents, carers and young people who wish to understand dyslexia, please take a look at this guide.

Useful Autism websites: – Website for autistic young people – Website aimed at raising awareness, acceptance, advocacy, empowerment and appreciation – Website aimed at everything autism – Support for schools and young people