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 SEND at Sutton Park

Some children may find learning more difficult than others. They may have difficulty with:

  • Reading, writing and Maths
  • Understanding information and expressing themselves
  • Organising themselves
  • Managing their behaviour
  • Making friends and playing or working with others
  • Sensory or physical needs such as hearing or visual impairment
  • Medical or health conditions

For those pupils who, despite targeted support, are making little or no progress, external agencies may be involved to advise the school. This is referred to as SEN support. If you have any concerns about your child’s progress, you should first talk to your child’s class teacher. Working together with your child’s teacher will often help to sort out worries and problems.

Our Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator (SENDCo) is also available for support.


Hello. I am Miss Duignan (Miss D) and I am the Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator (SENDCo).

In every school there is a SENDCo, who is responsible for co-ordinating help for children with special educational needs and disabilities. There are many and varied reasons why children and parents may need the support of the school SENDCo. It is part of my role at Sutton Park Primary School to work with you and your child to help them achieve their full potential.




You may find the following information and policies useful. Please do not hesitate to contact school if you require any further information or support.




Contact Us

Sutton Park Primary School,
Greatfield Road,
DY11 6PH

01562 67742