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SEND Leader: Mrs A Bedford

Governor for SEN: Dr Back

As part of the National Special Educational Needs Reform, local authorities are required to publish a ‘local offer’ which is intended to provide information about provision available to children with special educational needs in the local area.  At The Mead Infant School we are proud of our inclusive practice and what we can offer to all children, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities.

Please click on links below to view the following documentation, relating to our sepcial educational needs provision here at The Mead:

Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) Policy 2017 – 2018

The Mead Infant and Nursery School SEN Information Report 2019 – 2020

Special Educational Needs and Disabilites (SEND) Local offer – Specialist Centre

Provision at The Mead

Waves of Intervention

Surrey Local Offer 

In accordance with the requirements of the SEND Code of Practice (2015), Surrey County Council has developed a Local Offer website which contains information about service relating to special educational needs and disabilities.  The website has a search function and a comprehensive information section including their toolkits, templates, forms and guidance documentation. The website address is:

MAC Family Hub

A support group within the Auriol Junior, Cuddington Community Primary and Mead Infant schools for families to provide positive support and improve family resilience through awareness, education and inclusivity.

Please click here for an overview of the meeting held on Wednesday 9th October 2019, the focus of which was ‘The Zones of Regulation’ – An approach to managing children’ emotions.

Please click here for an overview of the presentation held on Wednesday 4th March 2020, the focus of which was ‘Social Stories’, the theory behind them and how parents and carers can create their own.