At Raynham, we pride ourselves on being an inclusive school. We are committed to meeting every child’s individual needs so they can thrive and reach their full potential. We have high expectations for our learners with SEND and provide a safe, stimulating environment and a broad curriculum. 

Children with SEND experience quality-first teaching alongside their peers. Where additional support is required, this is carefully tailored to meet the needs of the child. Additional support may include small group reading, writing and maths sessions, social skill groups, emotional learning sessions or speech and language activities. 

There are many external services available in Enfield that can provide support and specialist guidance. With consent from parents, we can produce referrals to agencies such as the Educational Psychology Service, Speech and Language Service, Occupational Therapy, Hearing Impairment Service, CAMHS, and the Enfield Advisory Service for Autism.

It is important that we work closely in partnership with parents/carers to promote the best outcomes for each child. If you have any questions or wish to speak to a member of staff, please contact the school office, and a member of the inclusion team will be happy to meet with you.

Please see our SEND Information Report and SEND Policy  for more information.

Raynham’s ARP- Sunflower Class

Raynham is very proud to have a Local Authority funded ARP (Additionally Resourced Provision) which is our Sunflower Class. The ARP is for 8-10 children with an EHCP (Education, Health, Care Plan) and a diagnosis of autism. For more details about our ARP, click here to view our ARP Policy