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West Lynn Primary School


West Lynn Primary School supports the needs of all students in a positive and practical way, recognising the rights of every child to have a fully inclusive, broad and balanced experience, both within the curriculum and beyond. We firmly believe that all students have an entitlement to support where a need is identified. Special needs are many and various and are not restricted to students with learning difficulties. At West Lynn Primary School, we are proud of the progress that our SEND learners make.

Reasonable adjustments and provision made within the school will be to support each child in meeting the demands of the national curriculum. Support for children who experience learning difficulties may be provided in various ways, such as the use of specially designed programmes and materials, the setting of defined learning targets, and assistance provided by an additional adult within the classroom.

All students are encouraged to achieve their own potential and, through appropriate support, make progress. Good communication between the school, child and parents, plus regular, termly assessment and review, help to achieve this goal.


Trust SENCo - Mrs T Menday
Primary Trust Assistant SENCo - Mr D Furzey
SEND Administrator - Ms G Harris

If you would like to contact our SEND team to discuss any issues you have, please email them on

Useful Links            

  • The SEN and Disability Code of Practice which our provision follows.  
  • The Norfolk Parent Partnership - Free and impartial information, advice and support about SEND for children, young people, parents and carers.

SEN Support in Mainstream Schools

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Support for families of children with neurodevelopmental differences/additional needs in Norfolk

For families who are worried about autism/ADHD/additional needs. NHS Norfolk and Waveney have produced an information sheet listing a number of services available to you and your family to support you on your journey. Please click here to reach out to them for help.

Literacy difficulties

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Autism and Asperger Syndrome

Blind or Visually Impaired

Deaf or Hearing Impaired

Down’s syndrome



Dyspraxia (or Developmental Coordination Disorder)

Mental health and emotional wellbeing

Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN)

Wheelchair users