Churchill CofE Primary School

Churchill CofE Primary School

SEND - Local Offer

Annie Ford - SEND coordinator (SENCo)


Ms Ford was appointed our Special Educational Needs and/or Disability coordinator in April 2020 and has since secured her SEND Diploma. She is currently completing her NASENCO qualification.


If you require any further information regarding our provision for pupils with SEN/D please do contact Ms Ford who will be happy to explain the graduated approach we follow in our daily practice.  


Please look out for regular updates and information in the weekly newsletter and on this page.



Amazing Things Happen

This is a short film that shows how people with autism see the world. It gives an uplifting introduction to autism for young non-autistic audiences, aiming to raise awareness, understanding and tolerance in future generations.


'SEND and You' (SAY)

'SEND and You' (SAY) (formally known as 'Supportive Parents'), provide Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information, Advice and Support Services (SENDIAS) for Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.


Their new website can be found at:


They have released a new animation to help explain who they are and the service they provide - this can be viewed below.

Supportive Parents - EHCP Explainer Animation 2015

Uploaded by Creative Sushi on 2015-07-16.

NSPCWT training, webinars and events for Parents and Carers

'North Somerset Parents Carers Working Together' regularly offer a number of online and face to face events, webinars and training sessions.  Any of the sessions can be booked via their website ( Their website is full of advice, resources and information for parents and carers in North Somerset.

Please see below the latest training opportunities and general meet ups for Parents/Carers that the NSPCWT are offering in the coming months - please see their website for further details.


Upcoming training opportunities for Parents and Carers from the NSPCWT



NSPCWT Sensory Processing Difficulty video resource

Follow this link to see a new Sensory Processing Difficulty video from the NSPCWT: