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SEND and Local Offer


How do we support pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities at Holbrook Primary?

Our SEND Policy outlines the support which is provided in school and will be reviewed annually. 

What are the contact details of the person in charge of SEND at Holbrook Primary? 

Mrs Emma Clubb. If you would like to contact her regarding any SEND queries please call us on 01473 328225 or e-mail with the subject 'SEND FAO Mrs Clubb'


What is the Local Offer?

Suffolk’s Local Offer gives you clear, accessible and accurate information about the services available for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).

In Suffolk we want services that are able to respond to local needs and aspirations. This is why children, young people and their parents/carers work with the county council and partner organisations to review and develop services. The process of services working alongside children, young people and families as partners is called ‘co-production’. This is the definition of co-production that has been agreed by the SEND Strategic Steering Group.  

Suffolk's Local Offer website holds information about education, health and care services, as well as leisure activities and support groups – all in one place.
The information available on the Local Offer website describes the support available to families. This includes all children and young people with SEN and/or disabilities.
This support includes:
  • universal services for example early years and childcare providers, schools and GPs;
  • short-term support for children and young people with SEND who require support and
  • specialist services for children and young people with SEND who need specific longer-term support.
The information about services is provided by organisations, and not by Suffolk County Council. Group activity or service is included. It does not mean it is recommended by Suffolk County Council, or that we have checked its quality. We recommend that you should always check with providers. It is important to be confident that their service or organisation meets the needs of your child.
Our school provides a range of interventions if appropriate and viable. They can be found on our Information report.