Abbey Hulton Primary School

Integrity. Tenacity. Pride.

Special Educational Needs

SEND Team Contact Details


Mrs M Brookfield (SENDCo)


Mrs J Poole (Assistant SENDCo)


01782 235551



Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator: Mrs M Brookfield


“I don’t have a dis-ability, I have a different-ability”

– Robert Hensel


Our school is a happy, safe and inclusive place of learning where all children thrive. Through our school community learning together and working together, everyone is proud to show integrity and develop tenacity. We all aspire to be the best we can be to achieve our full potential. All children and all families are valued and included in all aspects of school life. At Abbey Hulton Primary School, we deliver and develop our curriculum to meet all children’s different learning styles and needs.


Please see our information below to find out more about our special educational needs provision, as well as links to other organisations and helpful sources of information.

Outside of school there are a variety of people who you can contact for further help and support. You can refer yourself or your child to many of these services via on online referral form.  Please click on the links below for further information:


This includes information about Early Help programmes

Early Help - Staffordshire Safeguarding Children Board (



  • Stoke-on-Trent City Council, local offer information.  The Local Offer brings together information from education, health and social care about Special Educational Needs and/or Disability (SEND) in one place and covers children and young people from birth to 25 years. This includes information on the Inclusive Learning Service.


  • Health visitor and school nursing service



  • Staywell - Services to improve the wellbeing of children and young people in Stoke on Trent. Provided by Changes in partnership with Younger Mind and the Dove Service.

Stay Well CYP services for children & young people in Stoke-on-Trent (


  • CAMHS (Children and Adult Mental Health Services) Information for children and young people


Home - Combined Wellbeing – for further information and support.


Young people - Online-referral - Combined Wellbeing – to complete on online referral (scroll down to the bottom of the page for the referral form).


  • National Autistic Society - The website provides support, guidance and advice on a wide range of issues affecting autistic pupils and their families.

National Autistic Society (


  • British Dyslexia Association – The website offers a wealth of information and support for dyslexic people.


  • British Dyspraxia Foundation – This website offers a wealth of information and support for people with Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) and dyspraxia.


  • Movement Matters - Movement Matters is the UK umbrella organisation representing the major national groups concerned with children and adults with coordination difficulties, a condition called Developmental Coordination Disorder (or DCD) and sometimes referred to as ‘dyspraxia’.

Developemental Coordination Disorder, DCD, Dyspraxia, ADHD SPLD, support and information, Movement Matters (