Queenswood Primary School

SEND at Queenswood

Queenswood Primary School Offer 

Telford and Wrekin Offerhttps://www.telfordsend.org.uk/site/index.php

SEND support 

Below are some documents you can look through to help you: 












Support available to all children with SEND

Here at Queenswood the emphasis is on good quality first teaching in and learning support. School staff monitor children's progress regularly and meet their educational needs through differentiated learning objectives, success criteria (steps to success) and tasks pitched to their individual levels or needs.

Sometimes children may simply fall behind or require catch up lessons to bring them back in line with their peers. Interventions are put in place where appropriate to close the gap and help remove barriers to learning.

Types of interventions available include:  Phonics Bug, In an Instant Math, Rapid Reading, Rapid Writing, Cool Kids, Word Workshop, Speech and Language Programs, ELKLAN trained staff.

Some children may need support in accessing the curriculum through the use of equipment.Types of equipment available include:sloping board/writing slope, pencil grip, wobble cushions, foot and leg support boards, specialist pens and pencils, coloured overlays or pastel paper, reading rulers, fidget toys or tactile stress balls and ICT equipment 

Some of our children have social, emotional and mental health issues.  We support these children through in-school interventions specifically designed to address the issues for each individual child which might included anger management, social skills development, daily chats with one of our learning.  We also work closely with external agencies including the learning support team, the behavioural support team, and counsellors.

Children with disabilities are supported according to individual needs and support plans would be put in place in consultation with parents and the appropriate health professionals.

Parents are encouraged to attend review meetings and are involved in the planning of any intervention and support work whatever the need of the child.

For further information on:SEN please do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher or the SENCO.

For the latest copy of our SEND policy, please click here.

For the latest copy of our SEND report click here.

For our current accessibility plan click here.


Contact Details
SENDco - Mrs. A. Melville
Email - alison.melville@taw.org.uk



Please refer to our complaints page for details on how to proceed if you have a complaint about the SEND provision at the school.