Inclusion and Equality

Inclusion Leaders 2021-2022

The school has two SENCOs sharing the role of Inclusion Leader. Mrs James and Miss Hicks will be liaising with the families of pupils on our SEND register.

Mrs James oversees the provision in EYFS and KS1; Miss Hicks oversees the provision in KS2. We are here to ensure our school is inclusive for everyone and gives all children the opportunity to thrive and succeed.







Mrs C James (EYFS/ KS1) and Miss R Hicks (KS2)

SEND Information Report for Queen’s Hill School 2020-2021

Part of the Norfolk Local Offer for Learners with SEND

If you have any specific SEND questions please contact our Inclusion Leaders, Mrs James and Mrs Andrews, by phoning 01603 746857 or emailing

Please click on the link below to view the SEND report for Queen's Hill Primary.

Norfolk SEND Local Offer

Please click on the link below for the Norfolk County Council Local Offer and Newsletter.

Family Voice Norfolk

Please click on the link below for the latest Family Voice Newsletter.

April 2021

Websites for Parents and Carers

Just One Norfolk is a service which offers health and well-being support and advice to families, children and young people.

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Hungry Little Minds provides advice and ideas for parents and carers who are looking to boost children's communication, language and literacy development.

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Norfolk SEND Partnership is a dedicated, confidential and impartial service based who offer information, advice and support to children, young people and parents/carers about special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

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Family Voice Norfolk is the parent carer forum for Norfolk. They produce monthly newsletters with local information and advice.

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English as an Additional Language - Supporting EAL Learners

Here at Queen’s Hill Primary we are proud to welcome families from a wealth of different cultures and backgrounds and we greatly value the rich diversity of our school community. We strive to recognise and celebrate the 30 different languages spoken by our children.

As part of our celebration of language and culture, the school libraries have bilingual books, multi-language dictionaries and PENpals talking pens which translate books and other resources into numerous different languages. These resources can be accessed by our children in Nursery, all the way up to Year 6!

During their time at our school, our EAL (English as an Additional Language) pupils are closely monitored for their progress in the curriculum and their acquisition of English. We provide a variety of support for our EAL pupils depending on their needs. This includes using visuals, translated materials and intervention support to boost vocabulary and communication as required.

Norfolk SEND Partnership Newsletters

Due to current restrictions, Norfolk SEND Partnership are now sending their Newsletter electronically.

Visit their website to subscribe to receive the e-newsletter by email or to view on their webpage.

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Equality and Accessibility

Here at Queen's Hill Primary School it is really important to us that all stakeholders (pupils, parents, staff and members of the local community) are consulted and share their voice when developing policies. For us, it is also imperative to consult these stakeholders to promote equality and eliminate discrimination.

Equality and Accessibility Policy

Contact is a charity for families with disabled children. Their aim is to help families feel valued, supported, confident and informed.

They also offer local support in Norfolk, including workshops for parents/carers. Find out more here.

SEND – Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

To ensure our school is child-centred and gives all children the best educational offer, we use the statutory guidance taken from ‘The SEND Code of Practice: for 0 to 25 years (2015)’ to ensure our provision for children with SEND is appropriate. This document also defines a child with SEND if:

A child or young person has SEND if they have a learning difficulty or disability which calls for special educational provision to be made for them. A child of compulsory school age or a young person has a learning difficulty or disability if he/she:

  • has a significantly greater difficulty in learning than the majority of others of the same age
  • has a disability which prevents or hinders him/her from making use of facilities of a kind generally provided for others of the same age in mainstream schools or mainstream post-16 institutions

At Queen’s Hill Primary School and Nursery, we ensure there is provision for pupils with the following areas of need:

Provision for children with SEND at our school is continually reflected upon and adapted through using the graduated approach of assess, plan, do, review. We use Individual Educational Plans (IEPs) to record this termly process.

We use Norfolk’s SEND Local Offer to access provision from professionals outside of school. These include NHS workers, support from charities and the local authority.


Supporting at home

General support websites and information:

Communication and interaction skills and support:

Physical and sensory support:

Social and emotional support:

30 activities for social and emotional learning:

Social and emotional learning outdoor scavenger hunt. Something to try on your daily exercise or in the garden if you have one: