"Pupils behave well. They play happily together and consider each other’s needs very well.""Parents are right to be pleased with the quality of teaching at the school.""Pupils learn well because the work they do provides good levels of challenge and helps them learn new skills."100% of parents said they would recommend this school to other parents"The curriculum supports pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development effectively.""Pupils get off to a good start in early years."

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities - SEND

Inclusion and equality of opportunity are very important to the staff and governors of Greens Norton Primary School. We want every child to know success and to thrive in our school, whatever their individual need or challenge.

Mrs Suzanne Waller is the Special Educational Needs Coordinator and welcomes contact at the earliest opportunity from parents or carers who wish to discuss their child's needs or who have concerns. Please contact the school office to request a meeting.

You can download the school's SEND Policy and SEND Information Report from the School Policies page of this website.

If you have any concerns regarding the SEND policy or the provision made for your child please speak to us as soon as possible,  in the first instance,
to the class teacher. If you feel your child's needs are still not being met you should make an appointment to see Mrs Witheyman, Headteacher or Mrs Waller, SENCo. If concerns are still unresolved you may wish to engage with the Complaints policy procedures.

Local Offer

Here is a link to Northamptonshire's Local Offer where you can access lots of information about services for children and young people in Northamptonshire (aged 0-25) with special educational needs and disabilities.

Northamptonshire Local Offer

Information Advice Support Service - IASS

This is a free service in Northamptonshire that provides free, confidential, impartial advice, guidance and support to parents of children with special educational needs and children and young people with SEND.

Information Advice Support Service             0300 12 61039 (Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm)

Special Needs Index - SNIX

The Special Needs Index (SNIX) is an electronic database of information about young people aged 0 to 25 who have a learning or physical disability or sensory impairment and who live in Northamptonshire.

The database only includes information about disabled children that parents or carers supply to us voluntarily. We do not include children on the database without parental consent.

What is the purpose of SNIX?

The SNIX database helps us to plan services for children with special educational needs and disabilities. We compile a newsletter for all those registered with SNIX which provides information about special educational needs and disability services, resources, training, early years, groups, clubs and activities on a regular basis. 

Click here to read the Newsletters and find out more - SNIX