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Hadleigh Junior School

South East Essex Academy Trust (SEEAT)


Hadleigh Junior School works closely with other professional partners who regularly visit.

These include contact with the specialist teacher teams; speech and language therapists, educational psychologists and other therapeutic services. We also have access to a counselling service. These partners may be involved in working with your child, reporting to you and contributing to the overall plan for what your child needs. 

Hadleigh Junior School is an active member of the local BATIC (Benfleet and Thundersley Inter- Cluster) group of schools. All of the schools within the group work closely and are committed to providing high quality education for all children with special needs and disabilities.

The local provision is similar and the schools, apart from the Special Schools, do not offer any specific specialism towards a particular type of SEND.


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SEND Policy and Documentation

This policy outlines the framework for Hadleigh Junior School to meet its duty and obligation to provide a high quality education to all of its pupils, including pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), and to do everything it can to meet the needs of pupils with SEND.

Through successful implementation of this policy, the school aims to:

  • Eliminate discrimination
  • Promote equal opportunities
  • Foster good relationships between pupils with SEND and pupils without SEND
  • Hadleigh Junior School will work with the LA within the following principles which underpin this policy:
  • The involvement of children, parents/carers and young people in decision-making
  • The identification of children’s and young people’s needs
  • Collaboration between education, health and social care services to provide support
  • High quality provision to meet the needs of children and young people with SEND
  • Greater choice and control for young people and parents/carers over their support


send policy 2024.pdf


 All of our policies which relate to SEND (for example: accessibility, equality and supporting pupils with medical needs) can be found on our main policies page.

Please view our policies page


SEND additional documentation and links


Essex SEND Offer

Complaints Procedure for SEND

The school follows a complaint procedure and this will be followed for any SEND complaints. 

Complaints Policy and Procedure

If you have a query or complaint regarding your child and the support they receive for their special educational need or disability please initially contact the class teacher, either on the playground at the end of the school day or via the School Office. This query will then be discussed and resolved or passed on to the SENCO.

If you feel this issue has not been dealt with sufficiently or you still need further advice please inform the Headteacher.

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