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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

The Holywell vision is for a well planned continuum of provision from Reception to Year 6 which is in line with Kent's vision from birth to age 25 in Kent that meets the needs of children and young people with SEND and their families.


This means we work hard to integrate our educational offer with both health and social care and endeavor to work closely with parents and carers to ensure individual needs are met without unnecessary bureaucracy or delay. It also means a strong commitment to early intervention and prevention so that children’s and young people’s needs do not increase because early help is provided in a timely way.

We believe that every child and young person in our care should have their needs met, as far as possible, in
our community and that they should be offered high quality provision which ensures good health and care and
good educational progress and achievement.


There is a shared expectation that all pupils, regardless of their specific needs, should be offered inclusive teaching which will enable them to make the best possible progress in school and feel that they are a valued member of the wider school community.


Holywell School's SENCo is Mrs J Warner

She can be contacted by telephoning the main office on (01634) 388416 or emailing

Inclusion & SEND in Primary School

This is an information video created by the EKC Schools Trust for all parents and carers of primary aged children who would like to know more about special educational needs and how schools can support children in an inclusive, mainstream environment.



Some parents have kindly passed on information regarding discounts and moeny off cards available to families with children with SEND.  We do not endorse these companies in any way, we are simply informing you should you wish to enquire for yourself.