Our SENCO is Mr Laith Al-Asmar.

Mr Al-Asmar can be contacted via the school office on 01939 250323 .  Email messages can be passed to Mr Al-Asmar via

At St Mary’s CE Primary School and Nursery we are extremely proud of our caring and inclusive ethos. We value all children and our aim is that all of the children in our school achieve their full potential in a happy, safe and secure environment. Pupils and adults celebrate the diversity within our school and we are supportive of both the child and their family. We are adaptable, approachable and flexible and celebrate each child for the individual qualities they bring to our school.

School staff regularly assess, review and monitor all children’s progress. Children whose progress is of concern will be identified for additional support through planned interventions. They will be supported in accessing the full curriculum. This may be by removing barriers to their learning, providing specific equipment to improve their access to the curriculum, ensuring teaching and support staff are trained to meet their needs, and/or identifying a level of adult support considered appropriate to support their additional needs and ensure progress is being made at an acceptable rate. Advice and support are gained from external agencies where appropriate.

You can read more about our policy for Special Educational Needs in the document below:

Accessibility Plan 2022




Special Educational Needs Provision 2021

SEND REPORT 2021-2022

SEND REPORT 2022-2023

Support for parents and carers of children with SEND

Having access to good quality information to help you understand the world of SEND is important when making decisions about your child’s life.  Shropshire’s SEND Local Offer can help you.

The Local Offer sets out in one place useful information and provision for education, health and social care for children and young people in Shropshire who have SEN or are disabled, including those who don’t have education, health and care (EHC) plans.

The Local Offer has two main sections.  The first is the information section where services 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 support that might help your family and help you to understand what is available from a range of services across education, health, social care, support for your family, finance, travel and transport and much more.