Primary - Age 5 to 11
Here you will find details for all mainstream primary schools in the London Borough of Sutton and opportunity bases attached to them. Details of special schools are also included. The information provided by the schools includes the curriculum, teaching and pastoral support and the resources that they provide.
Funding for low level special educational needs is given directly to schools.
All mainstream schools will be expected to provide the first £6,000 funding for special educational needs support and if additional support is required, schools can apply to the London Borough of Sutton. If your child does not have a statement or EHC Plan you will have to apply for a school place using the mainstream application form.
Our Transfer to Secondary School for Children with Statements booklet has lots of tips and information about the transfer process if your child has a statement and how to choose the right school for your child.
SEN support for parents and carers
Sutton Information, Advice and Support Service (SIASS) provides information and advice to parents of children with SEN regarding their child’s education. Previously known as Sutton Parent Partnership Service.
Statutory Assessment of EHC Needs - A short guide for parents and young people in Sutton.
Graduated support for special needs SEN support should be provided for children and young people with special educational needs before any request is made for an Education Health and Care assessment. It should be provided in early years settings, schools and further education institutions.
The Communication Trust is a coalition of more than 50 not-for-profit organisations working together to support everyone who works with children and young people in England to support their speech, language and communication. The Trust has created a single 'Local Offer' webpage which is designed to supply information about services and resources available to families with children who have speech, language and communication needs (SLCN).
Provisions approved under Section 41 of the Children and Families Act 2014, allows the Secretary of State to publish a list of approved independent special schools and special post-16 provisions, that can be considered in the preparation of an Education, Health and Care plan by local authorities. These schools and post 16 provisions can only be included on the list with their consent.
Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you thinkabout your child’s school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. The survey can be completed at any time; you don’t have to wait until the school is being inspected.