Sacred Heart

Catholic Primary

'Live, Love and Learn Joyfully in the Family of Christ'

Special Educational Needs



At Sacred Heart, we want all of our children to feel that they are a fully included and valued member of our school community. We recognise that all children are unique individuals and endeavour to enable each child to achieve their full potential, whatever their ability or specific need by providing equal opportunities for all within our school.


A requirement for local authorities to publish a 'Local Offer' of services for disabled children and young people and those with special educational needs. Further information on the Hertfordshire County Council Local Offer can be found using the following link:


Local Offer at Sacred Heart Catholic School


Sacred Heart offers a broad and balanced curriculum which is fully inclusive.  In order for all children to access the curriculum they will benefit from differentiation and/or additional support.  A few children may require more precise individualised support.


We have provided answers to many frequently asked questions relating to what we offer our children who have a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND).


On this page you will find information about how children with special educational needs and disabilities are supported at Sacred Heart as well as local and national information you may find useful.

In addition, we regularly update this page with resources and links to help support children with their learning and mental health and wellbeing.       


Integrated Services For Learning - Parents Contact line in Hertfordshire

Useful Websites

A fun and interactive resource for learning about health- Covers subjects that promote a healthy body and mind. All content has been produced by school nurses, health and wellbeing experts and young people

Run helplines, a crisis helpline and a range of webinars

Has lots of information about looking after children and young people’s mental health. They also run a parent advice line.

Helps people take action for a kinder and happier world. As well as a range of tops tips, there’s a monthly calendar wellbeing activities as well as an app which gives you friendly daily happiness nudges.

 Supports infants, children, young people and their families. They have leaflets, articles and podcasts to support mental health.

Nessie provides arts therapies and counselling to support the positive mental health and emotional well-being of children and young people educational settings in our DSPL area of Ware. We refer individual children to their service and they also regularly run parent workshops on a number of topics.

Comment on SEN Information Report

Please contact us if you have a query or a comment to make of our SEN Information Report