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Djanogly Sherwood Academy

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At this time of uncertainty it is even more important to ensure our children with SEND are supported both in terms of their education and their social/emotional wellbeing. I will therefore be posting a variety of strategies and resources from a range of SEND services and sites to support you and your children - so please check this page regularly. If you require any further guidance for your child/children with SEND then please contact the school via our admin email (


Miss Foderingham (SENCo)

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In accordance with the SEN Code of Practice (June 2014), our Vision at Djanogly Sherwood Academy is to recognise everyone is a learner and everyone is committed to supporting learning in all its forms.  All contributions and roles are recognised, welcomed and valued and cultural diversity is celebrated. We know that everyone can achieve and believe it is our role to find out how, through high quality learning opportunities and high quality teaching experiences.


We recognise that some children have very specific and individual needs which could be a barrier to their learning.  For these children we ensure that individualised support and educational provision is put in place for them.  This may be necessary for a short period of time or for a longer period.  We work with the child themselves, their parents/carers and outside professionals in order to ensure that they make expected progress for them and fulfil their potential.


If you have concerns about your child please speak in the first instance to your child's class teacher.  Staff are always happy to talk through any worries you may have. We also have a parent handbook for SEND (below) which explains how SEND support is delivered in our school.

Our SEND lead is Miss Eleanor Foderingham.


To contact Miss Foderingham please email or for urgent enquiries please call the school office on 0115 942 1301