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SEN & Disability Provision


From September 2014, there were major changes to the way students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and/or a Disability (D) are supported in mainstream schools. This is a change at national level affecting every SEND student in England and Wales. One of the most significant changes is the publication of the Local Offer – every Local Authority must provide details of the types of support and provision offered by schools in their area. Each school is also required to publish details of their in-school provision. At The Albion Academy, we are pleased to start this process now.

Our Local Offer gives you an overview of what we provide in terms of SEND support and how we aim to extend this to specialise in Communication and Interaction difficulties. To address some of the concerns raised by parents / carers in the past, we have introduced a number of new facilities such as our Action Line number and Twitter feed. Parents / carers can also sign up for a text service to keep up to date with meetings, reviews and SEND information


To view the Albion Academy local offer please Click here

to view the Albion Academy S.E.N.D information report please Click here

Follow us: @AlbAcademySEN

The SEND Team are:

Wendy Rafferty-Clark, Assistant Principal, Inclusion

Samantha O'Riordan, SENCO

If you wish to contact one of the SEND Team there is a Dedicated SEND Action Line 07765567067

This is staffed:

  • Monday and Wednesday between 3pm - 4pm.
  • Tuesday and Thursday between 8am - 8:30am.


Alternatively if you would like us to contact you, please complete the below form.