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Abbot's Hall Community Primary School

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Abbot's Hall Community Primary School


Special arrangements in relation to COVID-19

Please find below an updated statement for our school's SEN information report at this time. 

There are also a variety of links with related resources, activities and useful websites to support children in line with the SEN provision they would receive in school.  

**A new telephone helpline for families of children and young people with additional needs has been set up.

The helpline will run from 23rd August through to the end of September with the purpose being to respond to any queries and concerns from our families around the return to school. For example, it might be a child is anxious about the return to school and getting back to learning after the long period of absence. It might be about Special Educational Needs and the support in place for children on their return, or it might be a question around school attendance. The helpline number is 0345 606 6172. On calling the number the parent or carer will be asked to provide some detail about their query and it will be directed to the right team/officer for support. A response will be offered within 2 working days.


Our Special Educational Needs/Disabilities Coordinator is Miss K Read

‚ÄčPlease email:

Or call: 01449612818


Our SEN Governor is Mr G Kenworthy

Mr Kenworthy can be contacted via our governor email address:

Please see Suffolk County Council's Local Offer pages for information on the provision available in our county. 


At Abbot's Hall Primary School we are committed to providing inclusive and high quality support for all learners across the curriculum. We work to ensure that resources and support are available to enable all children to meet their full potential whether or not they have a diagnosed Special Educational Need or Disability. 


We recognise that many children will experience difficulties at some point in their education and strive to ensure all needs are met, whether a child requires long or short term support to manage this. 


We work effectively with children, parents, carers and other agencies and services to enable us to provide the best possible care and education for every pupil by making reasonable adjustments to our curriculum, building and grounds in line with the Equalities Act 2010.


An invited Parent Forum met to discuss how to present SEND information to parents and the community and came up with a document for our SEN Information report and a number of 'Frequently Asked Questions', which you will find below as well as useful website links.


Please click the links to find out more information. If you would like links to specific resources, cannot see links to something that you think may be of benefit to you or your child or you have any further questions, please contact your child's class teacher or Miss Read. 


School nursing team

In light of the current situation we would just like to remind you of the school nursing service that can be contacted during school closures.


Contact their Health Business Centre on 0345 607 6688 or Text a school nurse on their texting service ChatHealth on 07507 333356


You can also visit their website for more information on what the School Nursing service offers. It is also has lots of useful information and advice on children and adolescent’s physical and mental health for parents to access.

SEN Information Report

School Awards

Useful Links