Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Here at Mosscroft Primary School we strive to be a school that is as inclusive as possible, with the needs of pupils’ with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities being met in a mainstream setting wherever possible.

The four broad ‘areas of need’ are defined as:

  • Communication and Interaction
  • Cognition and Learning
  • Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties
  • Sensory and Physical Needs

Mosscroft Primary School endeavours to ensure that no pupil with special educational needs and disabilities is the subject of discrimination. All pupils, including those with SEND, follow the same Admission Arrangements (see Admission Policy). The Governors consider that our admission criteria should not discriminate against pupils with SEND pupils and should recognise the spirit of the SEN Code of Practice.

Our school SENCo, Miss Connor is responsible for the co-ordination of SEND provision across the whole school, from EYFS to Year 6.  Miss Connor currently teaches Year 6 and can be contacted via the school office on 0151-477-8190.


From the 1st September 2014 all schools are required to publish an SEN Information Report on their school website.  This report contains SEN information and informs parents/carers about how Mosscroft Primary school will meet the needs of all pupils, including SEND pupils.



Mosscroft’s SEND Report:

SEND Report- Revised Sep 18


Knowsley’s Local Offer:



Mosscroft’s SEN Policy:

SEND-policy updated Sep 2018


Accessibility Plan

Accessibility Plan 2017-2019


Please find below the SEND newsletters from the Local Authority

SEND newsletter – Issue 1



Short Breaks Knowsley:

A timetable of events, groups and courses for children and adults with special educational needs or disabilities. Click on the website below and take a look at what is available.



The National Autistic Society:

are the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. Click here to visit their website for information and support for people, and children, with autism.


NSPCC ‘The Underwear Rule’:

We have uploaded two simple guides, one for parents and one for children, to help you discuss PANTS with your child.

More information about ‘The Underwear Rule’ and PANTS are available on the NSPCC website.