SEND at Broadheath Primary School


Our SENDCo is Mrs Ceri Boyer

‘Strength lies in differences, not in similarities’

Stephen Covey


Our intent for SEND

At Broadheath Primary School we believe learning should be fun and exciting, challenging, rewarding and inclusive to all. We offer a warm, welcoming and caring environment which enables children to feel safe and secure as they grow, learn and develop. Our school motto of ‘Believe, Practise, Succeed’ is at the heart of everything we do.

Our guiding principle is one of inclusion. We aim to identify and break down possible barriers to learning so that children can achieve their best given their starting points and become the best that they can be.  We intend to support all our children with additional needs, as individuals and cater for their needs accordingly, with high quality targeted support ensuring good progress is made.


As a school, we celebrate our strengths of diversity and inclusion. We recognise that all children learn in different ways and through our highly experienced and qualified staff, we support and challenge children’s learning so every child progresses.

We strive to make this happen through the use of high-quality teaching and learning and intervention activities for those children who need the extra support to help them progress. The interventions are very much tailored to the needs of the children and cover a wide range of skills including phonics, speech and language, writing, fine motor skills and maths.

Here at Broadheath Primary, we pride ourselves in early identification of need and work closely with parents/carers and any agencies involved. This is paramount especially within our Early Years Foundation Stage. All interventions are monitored by the school’s Special Educational Needs and Disability Coordinator (SENDCo). All of our tailored interventions are evaluated and reviewed regularly in light of the targets set and the children’s progress towards them.


Children are met with a stimulating, engaging and well-resourced classroom environment to support their learning.  Through the quality first teaching and well-structured, appropriate interventions that are in place at Broadheath Primary School, the majority of our SEND children are making at least good progress given their starting points. Using their pupil voice,  they are becoming more confident, independent learners and are showing a great attitude to learning.

Useful links

Trafford directory-

Educational Psychology Facebook-

SEND code of practice-


If you wish to contact our SENDCo please call school on 0161 928 4748 or email

SEN Information report document (SEN information report 2023-2024







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