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My name is Mrs Clinton and I am the SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator) and Mental Health Lead. I am a qualified teacher with an out-of-class role. I have completed the National SENCo Award and I have a level 5 Diploma in teaching children with Specific Learning difficulties. You will find me here three days a week, usually on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. I work with all of the staff here to improve outcomes for your child. We are an inclusive school and we work hard to ensure every child is able to reach their full potential.  We have a strong approachable team, which includes many experienced Teachers, TAs and Ayla, the school dog. 

I will help you with matters specific to SEND and/or mental health and look forward to a positive partnership working with you in support of your child.  I also work closely with many external professionals, including our link Education and Mental Health Practitioner (EMHP), to ensure every child has access to the appropriate support. 

Where can I find more information about SEND on this website?

  • Click ‘Statutory Information’ at the top of the home page and scroll down to SEN on the right hand, where you will find

  • Accessibility Plan

  • SEND Information Report

  • Inclusion Policy

  • HAND

  •  ‘HERTS LOCAL OFFER’ which includes services available in Hertfordshire

  • SEND Duty Lines Flyer Dec 2020

  • School Dog information and Policy

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