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At Camp Hill Primary we are committed to providing equality of opportunity to all children. We believe that all children are entitled to a broad and balanced academic and social curriculum. We aim to make all children feel valued, respected and welcomed at Camp Hill Primary school and they will be fully included in all aspects of school life, whatever their additional educational need. We pride ourselves on being an inclusive school and creating a learning environment which is challenging but interesting, enjoyable and exciting for the children. School staff use their best endeavours to ensure that special educational needs are identified, assessed and appropriately met, enabling all children to have full access to all elements of our school curriculum


The school has a policy for Special Educational Needs (SEN) and follows the Code of Practice. When appropriate, referrals are made to specialist learning services and medical services. Any referral to an outside agency is undertaken with parental consent. Further details can be found in our SEN Information Report and SEND policy. Our SEN Information Report will also explain how SEN is identified, how parents are involved and who you can contact if you are not satisfied. 


If you have any concerns about your child/children's learning then please talk to your child's class teacher or contact our school SENCo on the details below. Please also read our school SEN Information report, as it might also answer any questions about SEN that you have.

SEN Information Reports


SENDCo - Siobhan Conway

Telephone: 02476 383230, Ext 104



SEN Information


We understand that it can be difficult to find the best information about support and the different services for SEND so we have added a few useful links here. If you know any that have not been included that you feel may be useful, please contact Mrs Conway.




The Big Chillin'- a guided relaxation session to support children with anxiety.


Autism West Midlands

Local support for children and families affected by Autistic Spectrum Conditions


CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service)

Useful information and resources for parents with concerns about their children's mental health


Coventry and Warwickshire Mind

Local branch of mind; a mental health charity for England and Wales


Family Information Service

Free information and signposting service for families with children and young people aged 0 – 25 and professionals working with families in Warwickshire.


National Autistic Society

Useful information for families of children with Autistic Spectrum Conditions


Children's Occupational Therapy

Advice and information on a range of conditions affecting fine motor skills and daily living skills


Children's Physiotherapy

Advice and information on a range of physical difficulties and the support the service offers


The Curly Hair Project

Information and support for families with girls with Autistic Spectrum Conditions



Warwickshire SENDIAS (Special Education Needs Information Advice and Support Services) supports parents and carers of all Warwickshire children with special educational needs and disabilities, from 0 - 25 years of age. It is a free, confidential and impartial service for parents and carers, children and young people up to 25 years. Warwickshire SENDIAS offers independent support for parents and families who have children and young people with a SEND. We also provide this independent advice directly to young peoples aged 16 to 25 years with a SEND.  They have an experienced team of local advisors who offer impartial, confidential advice and support on all matters relating to SEND.


Speech and Language Therapy

Guide to services provided by South Warwickshire NHS Trust Speech and Language Therapy services


Warwickshire Local Offer

One-stop shop showing all of the services available for children and young people with SEND in Warwickshire


Young Minds

Advice for parents who are concerned about their children's social, emotional and mental health needs.



A booklet of ideas aimed at children with Autism. but useful for many different SEN needs. that could be useful both in the classroom and at home.