Our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator is Mrs Wright. She can be contacted via the school office – (01483) 563701 or by emailing senco@boxgrove.surrey.sch.uk 

Welcome From Mrs Wright

I would like to welcome you to the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Page. I hope that you will find some useful links and information here. This page will be constantly evolving. Therefore, please do let me know (via the school office) if you have any comments or questions. It would also be very helpful if, as parents of a child/children with SEND, you have any useful tips or recommended websites that we can add to this page for other parents. I hope that you find this helpful.

Many thanks 

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Admissions Process


Most children with an EHCP can be appropriately supported in mainstream schools. However, if your child has more complex needs, it may have been agreed that they require a place at a mainstream school with a specialist centre attached, or a specialist school.

Below is an overview of the SEND Admissions Process for pupils with an EHCP.  For more detailed guidance, please see the SEND Admissions arrangements for children and young people with an EHCP guidance

These arrangements apply to those pupils who will transfer to Reception, Year 3, Year 7 or Year 12 in September 2024.

If you have any questions about the information on this page, please make an appointment through the school office to speak to Robyn Wright, SENDCO

Useful Information for Parents/Carers (Please click on the text below to read)

De-escalation Strategies – If your child has issues with emotional regulation these strategies may be helpful .
Ordinarily Available Provision – A document setting out how Surrey Schools aim to support any children’ with additional needs in their setting.  Please click here to view an additional toolkit.  

Neurodiverse Toolkit –  A toolkit to help with supporting children with ADHD, ASD, Anxiety  and Sensory Processing Needs

Simple home ideas to strengthen fine motor skills
Ideas to support a child with dyslexia/traits of dyslexia
Supporting your child with their expressive language
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): – The team at Freemantles are  happy to help over email, whether that means creating individual resources for your child or helping you to problem solve issues.

email: vclark@freemantles.surrey.sch.uk