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Ordsall Primary School




Ordsall Primary School is committed to providing an inclusive environment to enable all children to reach their full potential as we play, learn and grow together.


Our aim is to offer all children a rich and exciting curriculum and provide experiences which support and prepare our children for the next stages of their lives. We develop a child centred approach and support the development of children’s mental health and well-being. Metacognition is central to all of our learning as we promote independence, self-esteem and resilience.


Ordsall Primary School follow the guidelines set by the DfE SEND Code of Practice and Nottinghamshire's SEND policy and Local Offer which provides details of all the services and provision that are available to families of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities to ensure that the needs of our children are identified early. The category of needs may include;


                Cognition and Learning needs

                Communication and Interaction

                Sensory, physical and/or medical

                Social, Emotional and Mental health


We work in partnership with parents, carers and outside agencies to meet the needs of our children within a mainstream setting. Our whole school approach to the setting of an individual education plan (IEP) supports our graduated response to meeting the needs of children throughout their time at Ordsall Primary School.


If you require any further information or guidance please contact our Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo), Mrs Kerry Moss or our SEND manager, Miss Tracy Rollison on 01777 702852.


SEN Information Report

Visit our school page to find out further information on Nottshelpyourself at Ordsall Primary School.

Parent and carer information

Please click below if you would like further information on the SEN code of practice. This guide explains how the system that supports children and young people with special educational needs and disability (SEND) works.


Every child with a special educational need (SEN), who requires provision which is additional to or different from the support generally available to other children of the same age, receive SEN Support in order to overcome barriers to learning.


Please click below to find further information on meeting SEN needs in a mainstream school.

Looking for further support and advice

Advice for parents and carers on looking after the mental health and wellbeing of children can be found by clicking on the links below:


Children's mental health - Every Mind Matters - NHS (


Improving children’s and young peoples mental health – Place2Be