SEND and Inclusion

Article 23: A child with a disability has the right to live a full and decent life with dignity and, as far as possible, independence and to play an active part in the community. Governments must do all they can to provide support to disabled children and their families.

Our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) is Edward Huxley and our Inclusion Lead is Scott Freeman.

Edward and Scott can be contacted via email at or by phoning our main office on 0117 3790777.

Our Community governor (SEND link) is Mandy Blake and our Parent governor (SEND link) is Rebecca Pritchard.

SEND and Inclusion at Redfield

For an overview of our vision, ethos and values in relation to Inclusion, please see our:

SEND and Inclusion policy

For a detailed report on how we implement our SEND and Inclusion policy on a day to day basis, please see our:

SEND information report

If you have a specific question, please use the contents page at the start of the report to ensure quick access to the information you need.

Our Accessibility plan and Equality objectives (for full Equality policy see policies page) can be found here:

Equality Objectives

Accessibility Plan

Resources and support for Parents and Carers of children with SEND

7Cs Progress Tracker

When my teacher is away social story for RET champion teachers

SEND code of practice 

Educate Together identification and assessment procedures

The Zones of regulation visual guide

The Zones of regulation parent guide

'Listen Up!' - a practical guide for parents of children aged 0-5 (Speech and Language resources)

'Listen Up!' - a practical guide for parents of children aged 5-11 (Speech and Language resources)

One Page Profile and Provision Map blank example

SEN Support Learning Plan and Review blank example


Useful Links 

Bristol SEND Local Offer

Bristol Parent Carers


Bristol Autism Support

Sensory Support Service

Happy Maps (Parent support for children's mental health)

Ages and Stages Parent Guide (Speech and Language)

Dietician Advice - fussy eating in children


Family Fund

Family Fund help families across the UK who are raising a disabled or seriously ill child or young person aged 17 or under. If eligible, you can apply for a grant. For more information visit