School will be closed to pupils on Friday 10 February as it is a teacher training day. We wish you all a great half term and look forward to seeing you back on Monday 20 February.
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Whitehall Junior School

Happiness at the heart of learning

Special Educational Needs

Our SEND Coordinator is Mrs L Huse. She can be contacted on: 01895 234071.


Our Equality Policy sets out our equality principles (or objectives) which are summarised below:


Principle 1: All learners are of equal value. We see all learners and potential learners, and their parents and carers, as of equal value.

Principle 2: We recognise and respect difference. Treating people equally does not necessarily involve treating them all the same. Our policies, procedures and activities must not discriminate but must nevertheless take account of differences of life-experience, outlook and background, and in the kinds of barrier and disadvantage, which people may face.

Principle 3: We foster positive attitudes and relationships, and aim to reduce and remove inequalities and barriers that already exist. We intend that our policies, procedures and activities should promote:

· positive attitudes towards disabled people, good relations between disabled and non-disabled people, and an absence of harassment of disabled people

· positive interaction, good relations and dialogue between groups and communities different from each other in terms of ethnicity, culture, religious affiliation, national origin or national status, and an absence of prejudice-related bullying and incidents

· mutual respect and good relations between boys and girls, and women and men, and an absence of sexual and homophobic harassment.

Principle 4: We observe good equalities practice in staff recruitment, retention and development.

Principle 5: We consult and involve stakeholders. We engage with a range of groups and individuals to ensure that those who are affected by a policy or activity are consulted and involved in the design of new policies, and in the review of existing ones.

Principle 6: Society as a whole should benefit. We intend that our policies and activities should benefit society as a whole, both locally and nationally, by fostering greater social cohesion, and greater participation in public life.

Principle 7: We formulate and publish specific and measurable objectives, based on the consultations we have conducted and the evidence we have collected as well as national and local priorities and issues, as appropriate.

Brilliant Parents - Upcoming Courses 

Triple P Stepping Stones for parents of children aged 2 – 10 years with additional needs. Eight weekly sessions via Zoom. Friday 13th January - Friday 10th March (excluding half term Friday 17th February) 10am - 12 noon. Please call Annmarie for more information 020 3490 7007.

The Listening Ear Service

This service is a free to use support charity for parents / carers who may be experiencing difficulties and / or challenges in supporting their child with additional needs. The Listening Ear offers a place to share anxieties, challenges and concerns in a non-judgemental, safe and confidential manner.  

Hillingdon's Local Offer for SEND 

Hillingdon's local offer provides information for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their parents/carers. It allows families to see what they can expect from a range of local agencies and how to access them.

Hillingdon Autistic Care & Support - HACS

HACS is a not for profit organisation who support children and families who have autism. They regularly run support and advice sessions.

Upcoming Events (Please book through the HACS website)

Please follow the link for upcoming parent support and information sessions. These include:

  • Autism Surgery
  • Understanding Autsim
  • Autism: Promoting Positive Behaviour

Hillingdon SENDIASS 

Hillingson SEND Information and Support Serives offer free confidential, impartial support and advice for parents, carers, children and young people (up to 25 years) in relation to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

SEND Family Support 

Support for families caring for children with SEND are happy to announce they have re-opened face to face clubs, workshops and events.

SEND Family Support run parent support sessions via Zoom twice a month. Please do sign up and join in if you feel you need any advice or support. 


Please see the attached Posters for all forthcoming Clubs, Workshops & Events. For more information including how to book, dates, rules & guidance go to: and click the specific club, workshop or event you're interested in for more specific information.

Only families who have booked in advance and have signed up for SEND Family Support will be able to attend any of our clubs, workshops and events, but it is FREE to do so by going to:

For Support Information email - including information on Support Groups 

For Events information email - 

For Clubs information email - 

For General information email - 

You can also continue to contact us via the website, social media and phone 07752 169849 (What's App available).

Hillingdon Talks, Moves and Plays

If you would like additional information regarding speech & language, physiotherapy or occupational therapy support or referral in Hillingdon do take a look at the website which contains useful strategy and support materials for a range of concerns.


Links to Local Support Materials / Groups 

Hillingdon Autistic care and support (HACS)

Tel: 020 8606 6780

Centre for ASD and ADHD Advice (based in Eastcote)

Tel: 020 8429 1552

Parent Carer Forum (PCF)

Tel: 07783579678

Hillingdon SEND Information and Support Service (SENDIASS)

Useful Web Links – The National Autistic Society website, the main UK charity for supporting people with ASD and their families (contains lots of useful advice and resources) – For more information on Attention Autism and how you can support your child to develop attention and turn-taking skills – An information directory for parents and carers – Advice and support for parents of children with SEN – Lots of information on ASD – A comprehensive site, with a useful resource library - A really useful set of social stories to share with children, covering topics ranging from coping with a new baby in the family to getting a haircut to making friends. The National Autistic Society website also provides guidance on writing your own personalised social stories - Support and parenting classes for all families - support material and advice for occupational therapy, speech and language and physiotherapy - Advice and support materials for children and families with ADHD