SEND (Special Educational Needs & Disabilities)

Our SENCO (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator) is Mrs Proctor.

Please do not hesitate to speak to Mrs Proctor if you have any concerns regarding your child. 

On this page you will find all of our documents relating to children with SEND. 

About the Special Educational Needs Service

The Special Educational Needs Service aims to meet the Local Authority's statutory duties under the Education Act 1996 in relation to pupils with special educational needs. The Council has a duty to identify, assess and make provision to meet the special educational needs of children within its area.
The Service aims to provide a range of educational opportunities and additional resources for children with special educational needs to enable the child's needs to be met in an inclusive setting.

DMBC Special Educational Needs Website 

Useful Links

British Dyslexia Association is the voice of dyslexic people. Their vision is that of a dyslexia-friendly society that enables dyslexic people to reach their potential.

National Autistic Society are the leading UK charity for people with autism (inclusing Asperger Syndrom) and their families. They provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with autism.

NDCS is the only UK charity solely dedicated to providing support, information and advice for deaf children and young people, their families and professionals working with them.

NBCS Website is an independent advice centre for parents, offering information about state education in England and Wales for 5-16 year olds. They offer free advice on many topics like exclusion from school, bullying, special educational needs and school admission appeals.


If you are not satisfied with any provision for special educational needs, details of our complaints procedure can be found in our Compliments and Complaints Policy on the Policies page of this website. 

Early Help

Early Help is a way of thinking and working together between services with families that have additional, multiple or complex needs. Early Help is preventative, by providing support to families when a need is identified or as soon as a problem emerges at any point in a child’s life, from conception through to teenage years. It can also prevent further problems arising by building resilience with families to find their own solutions in the future.

Click the link below to download a flyer giving more information about Early Help.