Special Educational Needs
At the Priory Primary School, we pride ourselves on our ability to include all individuals, whatever their needs. Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities are provided with the same opportunities to access the curriculum as their peers and are provided with differentiated support to meet their needs.
- A highly experienced team of specialist practitioners who can help schools meet the needs of children with complex communication disorders and autism.
Supports children 0-5 years who are not yet at school in their early years and who have individual or special educational needs (SEN) / disabilities. The service works in collaboration with other agencies to provide appropriate support packages and early intervention. The team works with children in their own homes, at the Coneygre Early Years and Child Development Centre and in a range of early years’ settings.
Qualified Teachers of the Deaf, trained in specialist teaching and providing support to deaf pupils and children with hearing loss. Qualified Teachers of Children and Young People with a Vision Impairment, trained in specialist teaching and providing support to pupils with vision impairment.
highly experienced team of specialist practitioners who can help schools meet the needs of children with learning difficulties.
Inclusion Quality Mark
I am incredibly proud to announce that we were awarded the Inclusion Quality Mark in recognition of our inclusive approach to education at The Priory Primary School. This award acknowledges the tremendous amount of hard work and the dedication of our staff.
Sandwell SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (SEND IASS)
The Sandwell SEND Information, Advice and Support Services offers a free, confidential and impartial service for all parents and carers of children with special educational needs in Sandwell to help them navigate a way through the new SEND legislation.
Sandwell SEND Information and Advice Support Service
Greets Green Children's Centre