Would you like an opportunity to meet with the Education and Health Care Plan Coordinator?

If you would like to book a slot to and come and have a drink and a chat with Becky, please contact Mrs Jones on

If you are not sure what an EHCP is, or whether it may be relevant to your child, the following links are useful to check out, before deciding!

Positive Strategies Behaviour Course

A three-week family action course for parents or carers of a child whom they believe may have ASD or ADHD, or who is on the waiting list for assessment of ADHD or ASD.

Developed by Stephanie Summers and Melanie Bruce from Norfolk Community Health & Care, the Positive Strategies Behaviour (PBS) course looks at the child’s behaviour as communication.

Families are given the opportunity to discuss their own situations, as well as meeting other people in similar circumstances. The aim is to help identify possible internal and external triggers for behaviour, and then consider strategies to support the child to manage this. By the end of the three weeks, parents will have completed a PBS plan built upon the child’s individual needs. This can be used to support the child’s behaviour at school, with family and in other settings.

Dates and times:
Mondays 4, 11 and 18 March
10am to 12noon

St James, Extons Road, King’s Lynn PE30 5NU

Bookings and further information:
Contact Family Action on 01760 720302 or 01760 725801.

If you have any questions or concerns about special needs or disabilities, please contact our SENCO,  Dawn Jones.

She can be contacted either by  telephone via the school office or by email at

We will post any important links and information that may be of interest to parents of children with SEN in this section of our website.

Please see the Norfolk Local Offer page on Norfolk County Council's website for more information or our SEN Information Report 2018-19 (Draft) which has been co-produced with parents, carers, children, staff and governors.

Sensory Processing
Visual or Hearing Impairment

Norfolk Virtual School Sensory Support


Mears Irlen Syndrome – Irlen East

Specific Learning Difficulties (SPLD)
Parent Support