Coalway Junior School

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

Our SEN Information report (see link below) details how we support our pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). This forms part of the wider Gloucestershire Local Offer, which can be found at:

Our Local Offer Details

Children in our school will get support that is specific to their needs. This may be through adaptations made by the class teacher in lessons or to the school environment, by providing additional learning opportunities or through intervention programmes. The SENCo will work closely with the class teacher and other relevant staff, to plan and organise additional provision.



We currently have a wide range of interventions available in school, covering a range of needs, including:

  • Reading
  • Writing (including spelling and handwriting)
  • Maths
  • Motor skills (fine & gross motor)
  • Speech and Language


Any intervention that your child receives is monitored and reviewed regularly, to ensure that it is helping your child to make progress. Your child may work as part of a small group or individually on an intervention, with teachers and/or teaching assistants.


Contact Name

Mrs Dixon, SENCo

Contact Telephone ~ 01594 810271

Contact Email ~

If you have any concerns regarding your child in relation to Special Educational Needs, please do not hesitate to speak to either your child’s class teacher or the school’s Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo), Mrs Dixon. You may also find the Gloucestershire County Council’s SEND page useful for further information about the Gloucestershire SEND graduated pathway (including applying for an EHC plan), transport assistance and links to specialist services, including the SENDIASS Information, Advice and Support service, at:
You can read our Policy on Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND) by clicking the link below.

Our ‘Current Interventions’ list provides further information on the intervention programmes and support that we currently have in school. This list is not exhaustive and further support, provision and intervention will be considered based on the needs of our pupils.