Special Education Needs
From 1st September 2014 there have been new duties with regards to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Hatch End High School remains committed to being an inclusive mainstream secondary school. We will be working with young people, parents/carers and other agencies over the coming year to ensure all policies and practices keeps the young person central to decision making and that we support the best possible preparation for adulthood.
In doing this we will take time in producing documents and developing provision through proper consultation and co-production with our young people and their parents/carers. We continue to be secure in the knowledge that existing ways of working support all young people well and when things need changing or we get things wrong, there are clear lines of communication and ways to address points raised.
All Harrow schools will have a similar approach to meeting the needs of pupils with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities to ensure that they make the best possible progress in school.
For more information and to be part of the discussions and developments, please contact Miss R Cozens, Deputy Headteacher Inclusion and Provision (SENCo) on firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 8428 4330.
Harrow Local Authority’s Local Offer can be accessed here:
For more informationon the new SEN Code of Practice please see:
Please see the DfE publication “Special Educations Needs and Disability a Guide for Parents and Carers, August 2014”:
The NASEN website also has many useful publications: