SEND and Local Offer

The Link Primary School meets the needs of students with a range of special educational needs. We see the progress and well-being of our students as the responsibility of every member of staff within our school.

Please find below key information regarding SEND at our school.

SEND Policy – the SEND Policy sets out the principle and aims of the school’s SEND arrangements

SEN Information Report – the SEN Information Report outlines the school’s provision for students with SEN. The report is based on: regulation 51 and schedule 1 of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014.

Local Offer – Sutton Local Authority’s Local Offer provides information on services for children and young people with SEN in their borough. Our contribution to the local offer can be found here 

Sutton’s Vision and SEND Charter

 

We cannot thank you enough for all the time and effort you have put into our son. You are amazing and we appreciate everything you have done for us as a family.

 

Latest News

Nurturing nature

Everyone has been gravitating towards Pine Class this week to meet the new members of their class – some beautiful ducklings! Pine Class have nurtured their new feathered friends, watching them hatch and carefully supporting them as they grow. It …

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Approval of the Merger and Expansion of The Link Schools

Our proposal to the DfE to formally merge The Link Primary and The Link Secondary Schools to become one entity and to introduce a satellite site to educate additional children has been approved and will take effect from September 2022. …

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Students raise funds for Ukraine

Our School Council instigated a ‘Cool Crazy Clothes Day’ to bring the week to a close in their bid to raise funds for the Ukraine. The whole school pulled together to support them and you will be pleased to learn …

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Our afternoon tea to thank and ‘reward’ all those special women in our lives was a huge success and this is due to Frances, our school council and the whole school community for pulling together to make it so – …

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