Shifnal Primary School

Shifnal Primary School

"We're proud to achieve!"

What is the local offer? 

The SEND local offer is a single place for information, services, and resources for children and young people aged 0-25 with special educational needs and / or disabilities, their families, and the practitioners who support them. It's been designed with a family’s needs at the heart of the process.

Having access to good quality information to help you understand the world of SEND is really important when making decisions about your child's life. This is where websites such as this one can help.

The local offer has two main sections. The first is the information section, where systems and processes are explained, such as how to get extra help at nursery or school, or who to speak to if you're worried about your child's progress. This section will introduce you to services that might help your family, and help you to understand what support is available from a range of services across education, health and social care.

The second section is the service directory. This is a comprehensive list of services, clubs, support groups and businesses that might be of use to your family. It provides a brief introduction to what's offered and contact details so that you can find out more. There's also a feedback button for you to provide information about your experience of using a service, and a listing of events and activities that families supporting a young person with SEND might find of interest.

SEND - Information Report

Shifnal Primary School currently has 350 pupils in school (Nursery 58) roll.  We have 14 classes, this includes Shifnal Nursery (am) and Barn owls at Shifnal Primary School (pm).  We have 1 x Yr R, YrR/1, Yr 1, Yr 1/2 mixed, Yr2, 2 x Yr3, 2 x Yr4, 2 x Yr 5, and 2 x Yr 6 classes.  The school has 17 full time and 1 part time support staff.  We currently have 65 children on the special needs register (42 monitored, 16 SEND and 7 EHCP’s.) 


More information can be found: SEN Information Report and SEND Policy

School Accessibility Plan 2021-2024

Medical Conditions Policy

If you have any questions, concerns or complaints about our provision for pupils with Special Education Needs/disabilities.
Please contact the school if you wish to talk to or make an appointment with;
• Mr Adam Farrington Head Teacher Tel: 01952 460500
• Mrs Alison Moore SENDCo/Deputy Head Teacher Tel: 01952 460500
• Mr K Fullerton Chairperson of Governors Tel: To arrange via school appointment