Our SEND & Wellbeing Provision


Our SENDCo is 
Miss Louisa Way

Our Senior Mental Health Lead is
Ms Becky Firman



All children have a right to access education and learning. At Great Finborough Primary School, we are committed to ensuring that all children are given the opportunities and support needed to achieve their full potential. We acknowledge and respect that each child attending our setting is unique, and some children may require individual support due to their individual set of needs.


At Great Finborough Primary School, we are committed to promoting positive mental health and emotional wellbeing to all students, their families, members of staff and governors. Our nurturing culture allows students’ voices to be heard, and through the use of effective policies and procedures, we aim to provide a safe and supportive environment for all affected - both directly and indirectly - by mental health issues.



“Providing early help is more effective in promoting the welfare of children than reacting later. Early help means providing support as soon as a problem emerges, at any point in a child’s life, from the foundation years through to the teenage years.”, Working Together to Safeguard Children, DFE, July 2018


At Great Finborough Church Primary we recognise that family life can be complicated at times and the paths forward for young children are not always smooth. Our offer is designed to spot the early signs when things are not quite right and to make available appropriate support and guidance.


For details of our SEND offering, our SEND Policy, our Accessibility Plan or our Early Help offer please click on the relevant link below:

When appropriate we work with outside agencies to provide additional support for our children.