Senco - Tracie Light, email:

Tracie will be in school on Thursday and Friday, or available by appointment.

On this page you can find details of our SEN policy and Accessibility Plan.

I would like to invite you to our SEN coffee morning on Thursday 22nd June from 9.00-9.45am.  


Everyone is welcome to join us; we will talk about SEN strategies at school and services available to support you at home.  I will not be able to talk about individual children- please make an appointment with me to discuss any concerns.


An SEN information afternoon will take place on Thursday 29th June- time to be confirmed.  This will be a meeting about ASD and ADHD referral processes, EHCPs and transition to Year 7.  I am happy for you to send me suggestions for any other topics you would like me to cover.  Again, I cannot discuss individual children during this meeting.

ILP letter 17.3.23 (1).pdf
Sussex CAMHS Participation Mental Health Workshops Poster_No bleed.pdf

A Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Information Hub helping children, young people, parents and carers make informed decisions:

No need to book, come and join CLASS+ at one of our coffee and chat events around East Sussex. This event is for parents and carers of an autistic child or when your child is on the autism pathway. This coffee and chat session will allow parents to share ideas, experiences, information and advice around key autism themes.

This event is for parents of school aged children and any parent can attend any event, you do not have to be a parent of the host school. This event is for parent and carers only, unfortunately it also isn’t appropriate to bring a child to the event.

Look forward to seeing you at one of our events.

CLASS+ team

If you would like support to eat well and get more active as a family, come and join Healthy Habits for a free, fun 8 week programme running at a venue near you as well as online.

Interested? Want to find out more?

Tel: 0300 123 4062


Primary Transition Event Flyer 2023 (002).pdf
Family Hubs and Youth Hubs in East Sussex (new) (002).pdf
Universally Available Provision document.pdf

For support at each stage along the neurodevelopmental pathway to help families manage the challenges that children and young people face. This service is for families in Brighton & Hove and East Sussex. 

Pre_Autism_Pathway_V2_Updated_May_2022 website.pdf
Chinwag flyer.pdf

Special educational needs & disabilities in East Sussex- what needs to happen now and in the next three years to make the biggest difference?  Have your say:


Link to the Local Prospectus for Special Educational Needs in East Sussex :

East Sussex Local Offer

The newly formed East Sussex Parent Carer Forum is now providing the voice at strategic level for the parent carers of East Sussex.  This is an immense achievement and down to the hard work of a small group of parents who are passionate about representing the views of ALL parent carers in East Sussex. 

The role of the parent carer forum is to voice the views of parent carers in East Sussex. This is about all children’s disabilities and all special educational needs. 

There are many roles parent carers can get involved in. There are many focus groups helping to shape the services in East Sussex that parent carers can be part of. Parent carers, will be trained and supported to sit on panels at strategic level, representing the views of wider parent carers in East Sussex and feeding back to the parent carer forum. There are many support groups in East Sussex that you can join and feedback into via your group.  

Parent Carer Forums are not places to voice your own child’s needs, they are places to come together to represent all of us, no matter the needs of our children / young people, or whichever education/ health/ social care setting they are in. If this sounds of interest to you, then feel free to sign up and let’s get our collective voices heard.  

So, if you have the passion to get parent carers views represented in East Sussex then please visit website and complete the membership details.

AccessibilityPlan-June 2020.pdf
SEND Policy 2023.pdf
Safeguarding Policy November 2022.pdf