Supporting and Challenging Children including SEND

As an inclusive school we believe that all children at Hampton College Primary should be treated equally and are all entitled to teaching and learning opportunities which encourage independence, resilience, co-operation, collaboration, active engagement, dialogue, enthusiastic participation and fun.

We aim to support children with additional needs, recognised medical conditions, disabilities or other barriers to learning through differentiation of tasks in lessons, support from additional adults or personalised support. Mrs Michele Stuffins is our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator (SENDCo) and is happy to speak to, or meet with, parents who have concerns about their child’s additional needs. Please contact Mrs Stuffins via the school office or through your child’s class teacher, who is your first point of contact.

Our curriculum approach also encourages children to be challenged and extend their learning. If you wish to discuss this further, please speak to your child’s class teacher.

A copy of our SEND information report can be found here.

Please find below COVID-19 resources for parents

SEND and Inclusion Services - COVID-19 Support

Peterborough Local offer - COVID-19-Information

Frequently asked questions SEND

Autism self-isolation guidance

Peterborough Educational Psychology Service pack

There is also an array of resources in the Sensory and Physical service section (Hearing, Vision and Physical)