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SEND, Special Educational Need/Disabilities

"Think about the many people you have taught and the weak hands you have made strong.  Your words have comforted those who fell, and you have strengthened those who could not stand." 

Job ch4 v 3-4

Mrs Parker is our SENDCo

(Special Educational Needs Disabilities Coordinator)


At St Cuthbert's, we are proud of the fact that we are an inclusive school and all our children are special and individual. All staff and children are valued members of our St Cuthbert's family and support each other. 

At times some of our children need a little more help than others to achieve their potential.  Through my role and alongside the staff in your child's class, we all work hard to help all  children achieve their individual goals and to be proud of their achievements. 


We work closely with families in order to provide the best for the children in our care. If you have any worries please contact us at school via phone or Dojo. 

We work hard to meet the needs of all our pupils, particularly those with SEND. 

Take a look at our SEN report and other policies for more information.

"I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things."

-Mother Teresa

Below are some useful links that can support parents and carers of children with SEND.

Click on the headings to be taken to the service's website.


Please contact me via Dojo if you know of any other services that may be helpful that can be shared with our families. 


For advice on a range of SEND provision and support services in and around Blackburn with Darwen. 


Offers advice on all aspects of SEND. 



Council for Disabled Children 

The CDC offers lots of advice for children with SEN and / or disabilities and their families.

Parents in Partnership

Blackburn with Darwen Parents in Partnership is a voluntary group for parents and carers of children and young people aged 0-25 with SEND. 

SEND Support Service DLD

The Developmental Language Disorder Team have created resources and activities to help younger children find meaning in the current situation.



"Every student can learn, just not on the same day, or in the same way."

-George Evans

Contacting the SENDCo.

To contact the SENDCo please call the school office, alternatively you can email a question via the form below.