SEND Report


Special Educational Needs Coordinator

Mrs Morris can be contacted directly by email or school telephone;

01670 860769

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To download an information report concerning SEND provision and resources at Ellington Primary School, please click here


Our Individual School Offer:

Welcome to our SEND page in which we aim to describe the support available to your child in order that they are able to reach their full potential. We hope that you will find this information useful.

Ellington Primary School is a fully inclusive school and we are very proud of our provision for all groups of learners, including those with special educational needs and disabilities. We are committed to including all children in all aspects of school life and believe that all children, regardless of their ability and behaviour are valued equally.

Children with special educational needs and disabilities are not viewed separately, but are part of the whole school approach, where children’s needs are recognised and met through varied and flexible provision. The school provides a high standard of teaching and learning and we aim to ensure that all children access a rich and diverse curriculum to enable them to make the best possible progress in school and to develop the individual learning and skills that they will need for life, both within the school and in the wider community.

We aim to provide a safe, happy and supportive environment where children thrive in all aspects of their learning and we believe that the most effective learning takes place when the children are confident, their self-esteem is high and they are happy in their learning.

We are delighted that our three consecutive outstanding Ofsted reports have praised our SEND provision highly.

Pupils thoroughly enjoy coming to this highly inclusive, caring community school, where every pupil is valued as an individual. The school is uncompromising in ensuring that the personal needs of the pupils are extremely well catered for; pupils’ welfare is at the heart of the school’s work. (Ofsted, May 2014)

Our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator is Mrs Julia Morris, who is supported by Mr Kevin Vardy (Headteacher).

Our Governor with responsibility for SEND is Mrs Tait.

Frequenty Asked Questions: 

To read the Northumberland County Council information on the SEND Local Offer, please visit this website:

Related policies:

SEN and Inclusion


Behaviour and Bullying

Equality and Diversity