Special Educational Needs & Disability Support


We are proud to be an inclusive school at The Martin Wilson School & Early Years Centre. Through our comprehensive approach to SEND, we strive to provide a secure, caring and happy environment in which all of our pupils can experience success and enjoyment.

Our dedication to meet all children's individual needs helps us to maximise every child's inclusion in all aspects of school life. We believe in equal opportunities for all, where everyone is treated with respect, dignity and is equally valued. We value and honour the views of our pupils and their families and provide opportunities for them to influence change and to be fully involved in the decision-making process.





A Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO for short) is a teacher who is responsible for special educational needs at school. Every school in the UK is obliged to employ a SENCO as they ensure all students with learning disabilities are well equipped to obtain the right help and support they need at school.

Our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator is Miss Wilson. 

If you would like to discuss your child's needs in relation to SEN, please contact the office to make an appointment and Miss Wilson will be happy to meet with you.

Shropshire Families Information Directory


  •  As parent carers to a child or young person with special educational needs and/or a disability (SEND), we sometimes have questions about the future, about support we might want or need, and even about what’s happening locally for families. The information in the directory will help to answer some of these questions 
  • The service directory has entries for many services across health, education, social care, private and voluntary sector services.

SEND Local Offer


  •  Shropshire’s local offer helps those with special educational needs or disabilities to find accurate and appropriate information so that they can make positive decisions about their lives 
  • The SEND local offer is a single place for information, services, and resources for children and young people aged 0-25 with special educational needs and / or disabilities, their families, and the practitioners who support them. It's been designed with a family’s needs at the heart of the process. 
  • To access more information on the local offer click here.


SEND information Report June 2019 (pdf)


Equality Information and Objectives (1) (pdf)