Welcome to the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) information page. 

The Highfield schools are inclusive and fully committed to ensuring that all pupils, regardless of their specific needs, make the best possible progress in school.

Our SENDcos are Mrs N Williamson and Miss E Williamson who work across both Highfield Infants' and Junior Schools so have in-depth knowledge of children's families. They work alongside Mrs Powell, the Pupil Support Worker to support inclusion. 

Mrs Williamson, Miss Williamson and Mrs Powell can be contacted via the school office on 0208 460 2597.  Alternatively they can be contacted via email at:

Pupils with SEND and English as an additional Language (EAL)

The Highfield schools have many pupils who have EAL and a variety of languages are spoken at home. In accordance with Education Regulations 2014; Particulars of education and welfare provision for pupils with EHC plans and pupils for whom English is an additional language, the schools will make reasonable adjustments and provision to support any child for whom English is not the first language spoken at home.

The range of support offered will always be designed to promote pupils working towards becoming independent and resilient lifelong learners.  The links on this page will help you to find out more about how we support our pupils with SEND throughout the school.

Bromley Parent Voice (BPV) aims to be a voice to inform Service Providers of the needs of children and young people with a disability or additional needs.  Below is short film to explain more about BPV. 

See dyslexia differently with intro by Dom Wood

This is a special version of the See dyslexia differently animation for schools with an introduction by Dom Wood (TV presenter and entertainer).

Amazing Things Happen!

Introduction to autism that aims to raise awareness among young non-autistic audiences, to stimulate understanding and acceptance in future generations.