At Abbot Alphege Academy (AAA) we are committed to inclusion and equal opportunities. We work closely with parents and other agencies in order to ensure that all pupils are able to successfully access the curriculum. Our school population includes a growing community group and we are dedicated to ensuring that our school is a place where everyone feels welcome and where all pupils can learn. Our consistently high expectations and inclusive teaching practices ensure that Abbot Alphege Academy is really a school where children can achieve their best.

Our pupils also have a range of different abilities and interests, beliefs and aspirations. A number of our pupils also speak other languages. At Abbot Alphege Academy, we want all of our pupils to succeed and thoroughly enjoy their education. The staff at Abbot Alphege Academy Primary are experienced in teaching pupils with a wide range of abilities and are trained to use a variety of different techniques and intervention programmes, to ensure all children can fully access the AAA curriculum .

Our SENCo, Caroline Ford, works tirelessly to support our SEND pupils and will be very happy to discuss any issues with any parents or carers. Please contact the school office if you would like an appointment with her.

Please click the links below for our SEND Policy, which also contains our SEN Information Report.


We have also produced a one page outline for any parents who wish to access this information in a more compact and succinct format.

Trust attainment summary T6 2020 Y1-Y6

Parents 1 page Policy

For information regarding the Local Offer please follow this link:

Additional Support for Parents and Carers

For parents and carers of our autistic children, please see this Padlet from SASS (Specialist Autism Support Services).

There  is a wonderful array of supporting resources, suggestions of books to read, links to local organisations and practical ideas and strategies.

See blow for opportunities through the summer holidays 2022

SEND Summer Holidays poster 2022