Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Local Offer

Glenmere Primary School provides a broad and balanced curriculum for all our pupils including those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and ensures full curriculum entitlement and access. We are committed to maximum integration commensurate with meeting individual needs, the highest quality of education for all pupils and the efficient use of resources.

We aim to help children, young people, and parents/carers to find information and support as smoothly as possible. 

Our school aligns itself to the local authority local offer, and information about Leicestershire’s local offer regarding SEND can be found at The aims of Glenmere Primary School are based on the values derived from the Statement of Principles adopted by the LA and guided by the DfE Code Of Practice for SEND.

The Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator at Glenmere is Mrs T Dorrington, and she can be contacted via the school contact details on our homepage.

Useful links

Leicestershire Local Offer

SENDIASS offers free, impartial and confidential advice and support to parents and carers of young people aged 0-25 with special education needs or disabilities as well as young people themeselves. 

ADHD Solutions is an organisation set up to provide information, help and support for children, young people, and adults with ADHD - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

The school follows a complaint procedure and this will be followed for any SEND complaints. If you have a query or complaint regarding your child and their special educational need please initially talk to the class teacher. This query will then be discussed and resolved or passed on to the SENCO. If you feel this issue has not been dealt with sufficiently or you still need further advice please inform the Head teacher or governing body.

SEND Policy

Accessibility Plan

Glenmere SEND Information Report

SEND Admissions

Glenmere Parent Leaflet

Information for Parents and Carers of children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities