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Welcome to the Special Educational Needs and/or Disability (SEND) section of the Watchfield School website.

Watchfield is a welcoming and caring school where dedicated practitioners are committed to meeting our children’s needs.


The Watchfield School community is proud to be fully inclusive and celebrate diversity in all of its forms.


Below are links to documents and information that we hope you will find useful in understanding how we support our children that have special educational needs and/or disabilities.


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch.


SENDCo: Miss J Titterington


SEND Governor: Mr Phil Craven


What is our SEND Policy?

As part of the Faringdon Learning Trust, our policy for SEND is consistent with all the schools in the Trust.

How do we go about identifying and supporting a child with SEND at our school?

This document outlines how we go about identifying, supporting and meeting the needs of pupils with SEND at Watchfield Primary School. We hope it answers questions you may have.

Annual Report to Governors – Nov 2022.

This is our latest report outlining the situation with SEND at Watchfield.

How do we make sure that the school is accessible to all learners?

This plan shows how Watchfield intends, over time, to increase the accessibility of our school for disabled pupils, staff, parents/carers and visitors.

Other useful information about SEND

The Code of Practice for SEN and Disability (2014) sets out statutory guidance on how the needs of children and young people with SEN or disability should be met in England. This can be found at:


Oxfordshire County Council have gathered together information, advice and sources of support for SEND that parents, children and young people will find useful. This is called the ‘Local Offer’, which can be found at:



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