Our Commitment

IMG_0269Kilburn Grange School is a fully inclusive school, which ensures that all pupils achieve their potential; personally, socially, emotionally and academically in all areas of the curriculum and we promote an inclusive ethos across the school community. We are committed to providing a high quality education and we believe that all children, including those identified as having a special educational need or a disability (SEND), have a common entitlement to a broad and balanced curriculum that is accessible to them. Tolerance, courtesy, understanding and compassion are hard-wired to our ethos.

We believe that inclusion is directly related to diversity and equality which we promote for all pupils in our care, irrespective of their gender, age ethnicity, social background, religion, sexual identity, physical ability, educational need and attainment. At Kilburn Grange School, all pupils, regardless of their particular needs, are offered inclusive teaching, which will enable them to make the best possible progress in school and feel that they are a valued member of the wider school community. We strive to develop an inclusive learning environment, eliminating discrimination and prejudice, where all children can learn, enjoy and succeed flourishing in a safe environment. We are committed to raising achievement by removing barriers to learning and ensuring that curriculum planning and assessment for our pupils takes account of the type and extent of the need experienced by the pupil.

The SENDCo Role

At Kilburn Grange School, our Assistant Head teacher, Miss Sarah Storey is our Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator (SENDCo). Miss Storey is responsible for overseeing the Special Educational Needs and Disability Policy in line with the SEND Code of Practice and coordinating specific provision made to support individual children with SEND. Her role is to liaise with staff, external professionals and parents in order to ensure that collaboratively thinking and decisions are made with the child’s best interest at heart.

The SENDCo will monitor pupils’ progress and help to plan specific interventions to support SEND children to make progress, where their progress is slower or much faster than expected.

Miss Storey’s contact details are:

Phone: 0207 504 0547 or email:

For further details on our SEND provision, please view the documents below: