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Special Educational Needs & Disabilities

Mrs Emma Rogers is our special education needs co-ordinator, she can be contacted on the main school number 02476 328009 or she can be contacted via email  at


At Middlemarch School we want every child to reach their full potential academically, spiritually, socially, morally, physically and emotionally.


Every child is unique and we strive to support all children to enable them to achieve their best.  Many steps are taken to support our pupils on their learning journey.


Quality first teaching for all is essential; however for some children there are occasions when additional support is required whether that be through academic interventions, through pastoral support or interventions for their social, emotional and mental health such as Forest Schools or Nurture.


A child is considered to have special educational needs if he or she has a learning difficulty or disability that means they need 'additional to and different from' provision to other peers of their age. More can be found in our SEN Information Report about our criteria for adding a child on to our SEN register.


We have a dedicated team who support children by providing the extra support they need so they can access and enjoy the full school curriculum.  We want every child to have the knowledge and skills that they need to succeed in life.


Information about how we support pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) can be found in our policy for SEND and our SEND Information Report.  Both of these can be found below.


If you have any questions or are worried about the progress your child is making then please talk to your child's class teacher or our Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo), Mrs Emma Rogers.



The Bridge Resource Provision


We are excited to be able to provide this provision for the children of Warwickshire with the support of the Local Authority.


The Bridge is a Warwickshire Resource Provision based within Middlemarch School which allows children to attend mainstream school, whilst accessing specialist provision. The Bridge meets the needs of children with communication and interaction (C&I) needs including autistic spectrum conditions (ASC) and speech, language and communication needs (SLCN).  Children in this provision will all have an Education, Health and Care plan and placement is agreed by the Local Authority Provision Panel.  The Bridge can support 8 children across the four year groups.