Our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator is Hannah McGrath (Headteacher/SENCO). She can be contacted via the school office on 01743 860 400. 

You can read more about SEND provision at our school in the SEN and Information Report. 

SEN Policy and Information Report


Accessibility Plan 


Shropshire Council Local Offer 

The Local Offer contains detailed information on services relating to SEND. 

The SEND local offer | Shropshire Council 

The SEND local offer Newsletter


Autism West Midlands (AWM)

No diagnosis is needed to access the AWM Shropshire service and there is no formal referral route – parents/carers can self-refer by booking an advice appointment or contacting them directly. Want to learn more about autism? AWM have lots of FREE autism-related webinars coming up, click on the links below for more information and details about how to book.  You can watch live or catch up by viewing a recording of the broadcast up to 14 days later – you must register in advance though.

For families with younger children…In November AWM will be starting their very popular “Rising To The Challenge for the Early Years” – a series of webinars and optional ZOOM groups tailored to the needs of families with younger autistic children. 

More information on advice and training can be found on their website:

Autism West Midlands

Advice and support

AWM also offers advice and support over the phone and via email. Parents/carers and professionals can contact their small team directly to arrange an appointment please call:

Shropshire office  01952 454156

Mon, Wed, Fri  Wendy Cowton  07900784186

Weds, Thu, Fri Emma Hegenbarth 07881109480

Tue, Wed, Thu Dawn Lewis  07706309382


Helpline    0121 450 7575

Sign up for the AWM updates

If you would like to be added to the AWM professionals mailing list, please email your details to

Charlie Waller Trust

The Charlie Waller Trust has a series of live webinars for parents, carers and practitioners. The webinars explore strategies for maintaining positive mental health, both for children, young people and for their parents/carers - paying attention to everyone’s own well-being and so we can all carry on supporting those around us. They are all presented by mental health trainers, speakers and guest speakers who come from a wide range of professions, including education, psychology, social work, youth work, public health, psychotherapy and nursing. Each webinar will be delivered twice across the month and is approximately 90 minutes in length. For further information please click here.



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