Welcome to Alveley Primary School

For further information on our SEND provision,
please email  admin@alveleyprimary.co.uk.
Contact 01746 780284
Our school-based SENDCO is Mr C Marsh, who works alongside Mr W Vaughan, Trust Primary SENDCO. 

Our school is fully inclusive and we ensure that children with Special Educational Needs are integrated into every aspect of school life. Our curriculum is ambitious and support is tailored to every child's individual needs. 


See the results of our summer 2024 SEND parent survey


Please click on the links below to see our up-to-date SEND information

SEND Policy 2023-24

SEND Information Report 2023-24

SEND Code of Practice

Shropshire Local Offer


We are committed to working alongside parents and carers of pupils with SEND, recognising that in order to deliver outstanding SEND provision, a collaborative approach is essential. We have compiled this list of links that we hope will be useful:


BBC Bitesize have a specific SEND section on their website, offering lots of advice and resources to support remote learning for young people.


Special Needs Jungle offer lots of support and useful links for families.


‘ChatterPack’ is a voluntary community project, which offers free support for schools, parents and children with SEND. They have a wide range of resources including free websites, a monthly newsletter and lots of resources to support a wide range of Special Educational Needs.

For free Speech and Language and Occupational Therapy support and resources, click here.


AFASIC supports and provides information for families with children and young adults who have Speech Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) with a focus on Developmental Language Disorder (DLD).


British Dyslexia Association is the voice of dyslexic people. They aim to influence government and other institutions to promote a dyslexia friendly society that enables dyslexic people of all ages to reach their full potential.


National Association of Special Educational Needs supports those working with, and for, children and young people with SEND and learning differences by having an influential voice at national level


The Communication Trust give families the confidence and skills to help their children with speech and language needs.


Dyslexia Information for Parents from Nessy. Nessy are best known as advocates for children with dyslexia around the globe.

Working Memory Advice and Games provide resources and support so people who learn and think differently can thrive.


The ‘Young Minds’ website has tips and advice on how to support your child’s mental health (set up during the COVID pandemic) and also has links to external services, which can provide further support and information.


‘Empowering Little Minds’ provides ideas and resources for sensory and messy play, aimed at children aged 2 – 10 years old.


‘Singing Hands’ is a YouTube channel which uses features Makaton songs and rhymes.


‘Relax Kids’ provides a free ‘Calm Pack’, which includes advice for children, parents and carers.


Remote Learning advice for specific areas of need including Dyslexia, ADHD and Autism.