At Burston and Tivetshall Primary Schools, we aim to provide a happy, secure environment in which all children will grow and develop intellectually, emotionally, spiritually, socially and physically. We believe in equal opportunities for all and the need to eliminate discrimination of all kinds. Our aims have been developed in line with our values-led curriculum. We want to ensure that all students enjoy high quality learning experiences through which they are able to achieve. Our inclusive ethos aims to encourage all pupils to be actively involved in their own learning. This involves valuing all pupils and staff equally in reducing barriers to learning and participation.  

What is SEN?

As set out in the SEND Code of Practice 2015, a child or young person has a special educational need if they have a learning difficulty or disability which calls for special educational provision to be made for them which is different from or additional to that normally available to pupils of the same age.

At Burston and Tivetshall our SEND Co-ordinator is Miss Rawcliffe. She can be contacted in the following ways:

At Burston Primary School - email FAO Miss Rawcliffe; or 01379 741256

At Tivetshall Primary School - email FAO Miss Rawcliffe; or 01379 677350

We are offering a number of 'SENDCo Surgeries' this year.  This is a chance to raise any concerns with Miss Rawcliffe.  You can discuss possible learning needs, social emotional and mental health concerns, a progress review - or just say hello!   

Our next 'SENDCo Surgery' will be held on Wednesday 25th May 2022. Please see the flyer for further information. Please do contact the school before this date if you wish to speak to Miss Rawcliffe. You can do so by emailing/phoning the school office or speaking to your child's class teacher.

Below you will find a number of documents that will help you to understand our provision for pupils with SEND. If you do have any additional questions then please don't hesitate to ask. 

SEND Local Offer - Norfolk County Council

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