At Warley Road Primary Academy, Miss Hutton is our SENDCo

At Warley Road Primary Academy, we are committed to providing an inclusive, caring education that serves the needs of our community. We care about all of the children in our charge and support each pupil to reach their potential regardless of their needs. We provide a broad and balanced curriculum enriched by regular educational visits, residential trips, swimming lessons and a variety of after school activities which are open to all pupils. At Warley Road, Miss Hutton is responsible for the SEND provision in school. If your child has a disability and/or special educational needs and you would like to know more about what we offer, please contact Miss Hutton using the email with the subject FAO SENDCO


For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Miss Hutton and I lead on Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) provision at Warley Road Primary Academy.

My role involves working closely with parents, teachers, health services and a range of outside agencies to ensure that children needing additional support make progress and reach their potential. I work closely with parents/carers, providing them with information and ensuring they feel involved in making decisions about their child’s education.

I ensure that additional provision is in place for those who need it and monitor the impact of this to ensure all children are making progress and achieving to their full potential. Sometimes the support required may be short term, allowing children to close any gaps in their learning so that they can keep pace with the rest of the class. Whilst other children may require long term support due to their medical, developmental or emotional needs.

Below, I have answered some of our frequently asked questions. If you have any other questions about SEND provision, please contact the office and I will get back to you as soon as possible.