Special Educational Needs and Disability

Sir Alexander Fleming Primary School is an inclusive school and all teachers:

  • Do everything they can to meet pupils’ special educational needs
  • Ensure that pupils with SEND engage in activities alongside their peers,
  • Provide high-quality teaching, differentiated for individual pupils.

Mrs L Pigg is the Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator (SENDCo) she holds the statutory National Award for SEN coordination and Postgraduate Certificate in Special Educational Needs Coordination. She works closely with school staff and outside agencies to support and assess children as a need arises.

She can be contacted at

or on the school number 01952 327820.

We support children with a range of SEND needs including those with Speech, Language and Communication needs (SLCN) Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) ASD, Hearing and visual impairments (HI & VI), Physical difficulty (PD) Moderate learning difficulty (MLD) and those with a specific learning difficulty (SPLD) such as Dyslexia or Dyspraxia.

SEND Policy 2020 -21


SEND Information Report 2020 – 21

We have two Nurture spaces, ‘The Patch’ which supports our younger children in school and the ‘Den’ which is our dedicated space for Key stage Two children. The groups run throughout the day with small groups of learners with our Nurture staff. We also have our new internal SEND provision called the ‘Hive’ and our TLC room that is used to run small group interventions, in particular, SEMH.

The Den info leaflet July 2021

The Patch info leaflet Autumn2020


Welcome to the Hive June 2021

Patch Nurture Group Policy

Reintegration Policy for Nurture Group

All of our staff in school are there to support any children who have Special Educational Needs or Disabilities.

Sometimes in school we may use words or jargon that may be unfamiliar to you. This website gives a Glossary of SEND terms that you may hear us using. Glossary of SEND Terms | KIDS

Here are some other useful websites 

Scroll down the page, click ‘register with us’ and complete the online form.   If more support is required from those already registered with the service, then a shortened form will ask for basic details via the same link.