SEND Information Report

At Westside School, we have high expectations of all our students and believe that with appropriate support and intervention, all students can succeed, achieve and thrive, and inequalities can be tackled successfully.

We are committed to developing the whole person; we recognise the importance of providing students with a supportive and challenging curriculum so that they can attain positive academic outcomes, become confident individuals and be well-prepared for adulthood.

With high-quality and differentiated teaching, we will meet the needs of most of our students. Some students, however, may need a more specialised approach, for which we draw on a range of appropriate interventions. We listen to the views of the student and value working in partnership with parents and carers when making decisions about SEND and meeting the additional needs of individuals.

Our SEND information report (downloadable via the link below) outlines our approach to meeting the needs of SEND students and the range of resources we can offer. Please note that our SENDCo(s) are Ms Nassey (Key Stage 3) and Mr Prempeh (Key Stage 4).

If you are a current parent and need to contact the school about any SEN enquiries, please email If you are a prospective parent with a query regarding SEN, please also contact



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SEN information report 06th Sep 2023 Download