St Nicholas Church of England Primary School

Excellence for All, Excellence from All

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Our Wholesome Curriculum encompasses: • Heart- Feelings and responding • Head- ‘sticky knowledge’ • Hands- physical skills •Health- physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social and environmental


Sustained improvement, meaningful progress and equal opportunities for all children underpin every aspect of learning and strengthen our school’s inclusive ethos. At St Nicholas CEVC Primary School, we welcome all children.

Progress of children is regularly monitored by teachers, with needs identified promptly and  discussed with our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator (SENDco) Mrs Gates and the parents concerned. Parental engagement and support in meeting children’s educational needs is vital if all children are to reach their potential. 

Being an inclusive school, we are proud of the extra provision we are able to offer to support children's needs. The SENDco meets with parents to discuss how best we can support their child's needs, through in-school interventions and provision, as well as benefiting from the advice and expertise of external agencies.

Most support is given within the class through planned support from the teacher and working in small groups with a member of support staff. Specialist help may be given through withdrawal, individual support and tutoring. We may also refer to outside agencies with specialised knowledge.

If you have concerns about your child and think they may be experiencing difficulty with their learning please feel free to discuss this with the class teacher or contact Mrs Gates on the school telephone number- 01634 717120

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Policy 23-24

Medway Local Authority SEND Offer

Please use this website to explore Medway LA's SEND offer: 


SEND and online safety

Please follow the link below for online safety for families and pupils with SEND