On this page you will be able to find out information related to Special Educational Needs.
SCHOOL SENDCO: Mrs S.Howell
Tel: 01689 853 916
Useful Links and Resources
Bromley Local Offer
Bromley information, advice and support service
Support for children with dyslexia and dyspraxia
Bromley Autism Champions information and resources to support families and schools with children who are on the Autistic Spectrum
The National Autistic Society ‘We provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with autism.’
Bromley Children’s Project
offer parenting courses and one-to-one support for a range of issues that may have had an adverse effect on a family with children aged between 0 and 11 years old.
Telephone: 020 8461 7259
is a long established local charity offering free therapeutic support to young people between the ages of 0 – 18 years. Bromley Y aims to provide a safe, friendly environment for children, young people and their families to explore the difficulties that they may be experiencing, helping them to identify new ways forward.
is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.
The Candle Project:
St Christopher’s Hospice has been providing bereavement counselling to patients’ families for over 40 years. The Candle Project extends this support to children, young people and families in the South East London area.
Child Bereavement UK:
‘Child Bereavement UK believes that all families should have access to the support and information that they need when a child grieves or when a child dies. Through understanding their grieving process and receiving help in dealing with bereavement from appropriately trained professionals, families can learn to live with their grief and begin rebuilding their lives.’
The service provides a programme of information workshops and leisure activities to enable disabled children and their siblings to enjoy an ordinary life by reducing isolation and improving independence.
is a rapidly growing charity that was set up in 2002, working with children, young people and families affected by autism.