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Carnforth Community

Primary School

Inclusion / SEND

Welcome to our page dedicated to supporting families of children with additional needs. At Carnforth Community Primary School we aim to provide an inclusive educational experience for all our pupils. Here you can find out more about how, together, we support all our children to achieve their full potential.


Miss Rae is our school SENDCo.

To contact Miss Rae either telephone the school office on 01524 732435 or email on


Useful Links

Lancashire SEND Partnership - Lancashire County Council website details various useful agencies.

Lancashire’s SEND Information, Advice and Support (SENDIAS) Team offers free Zoom sessions. Details can be found on their website.

Autism Support Hub with access to free parent support programme.

For help with parenting support and advice, supporting your child through difficult times and access to the Triple P programme visit this website.



SEN Unit Consultation

You may have seen the information published on Class Dojo regarding the proposal for an SEN unit at Carnforth Community Primary School.

There is currently an informal consultation ongoing  from 8 May 2024 to 22 May 2024 and a meeting has been arranged to take place at Carnforth Community Primary School on 13 May 2024 at 2.00 pm where a representative from Lancashire County Council will attend to provide further information and answer any questions you may have.


You can complete the Lancashire County Council on-line questionnaire for the proposal by accessing the link

SEN Information Report and Policy

Our SEND Information Report provides information regarding our school's special educational needs provision.

A SEN guide for Parents

This is the pathway we have showing how children with additional needs and/or disabilities are identified and supported at Carnforth Community Primary School.