Grange Park Infant & Nursery School are committed to ensuring every child benefits as fully as possible from their time here. We also have a duty to make reasonable adjustments for disabled children and young people and to support all medical conditions.
Our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Policy can be found on the Policies page.
If you wish to speak with our SEND Co-ordinator, Miss Commerford, please contact the School Office.
Please note: The following links are to external websites. We have published them because we think they may be of benefit to parents but Grange Park Infant & Nursery School are not responsible for any content or advertising on these websites. They may change or become unavailable at any time.
Hillingdon Children Integrated Therapy Service (CITS): Hillingdon Talks / Moves / Plays
The Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust have a website for their Hillingdon Children Integrated Therapy service. There are lots of strategies and resources on the site to support children – they also have social media links for parents to stay updated with their latest offerings.
Hillingdon Talks Moves Plays (CITS Service) website (opens in new tab)
Hillingdon Talks page on Facebook (opens in new tab)
Hillingdon Talks page on Instagram (opens in new tab)
Parents for Children with Special Needs – Survey
We are looking for parents of children with special needs based in Hillingdon and Brent to fill out our survey to help improve childcare for these children in the area. ’Parents for Children with Special Needs’ is a parent led group campaigning to improve services for your children in Hillingdon and Brent. If you have a few minutes spare we’d really appreciate you filling out our simple survey to help provide the answers as to what needs to change. Once you have completed the survey, you will be entered into a prize draw with a chance to win a £20 ASDA shopping voucher.
Complete the survey at the link below:
Zoom Support Groups and Courses
All Things Inclusion and Autism
Aimed at parents of children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), All Things Inclusion and Autism runs Zoom courses that teach practical strategies to support their children.
All Things Inclusion and Autism – Upcoming Training (opens in new tab)
For children with a confirmed disability or chronic illness, and who have a low income, the charity Caudwell Children are offering affordable sensory toys and equipment packs at an 80% discount. Parents can apply directly at the website below.
Get Sensory Packs website from Caudwell Children (opens in new tab)