Inclusion and SEND

At Raglan we are passionate that ‘Learning is for everyone’.  We pride ourselves on providing inclusive opportunities within school and within our local community.

We are committed to maximising the potential of all our children by ensuring that learning is accessible and is delivered at the child’s level of understanding.

When a child is identified as having an additional need, all staff work together to implement strategies and provide support so that they can experience a broad and balanced curriculum.

This ensures that all our children leave Raglan with the tools needed to thrive in later life.

Wellbeing Newsletters

Tri-borough SEND Newsletter


The Head of Inclusion at Raglan is Mr Martin Hunter. We also have a small team of support staff, who alongside their classroom-based roles, champion and support different areas of neurodiversity and wellbeing support across the school.

  • Dr Johanna Reed: Parent Governor, SEND Link Governor
  • Mrs Vas Hardstone: Accelerated Learning Support Teacher
  • Mrs Sam Collins: Learning Mentor
  • Mrs Dawn Bailey: ASD Champion
  • Mrs Kirsty Allen: Dyslexia Champion/SENCo Assistant
  • Mrs Laura De Souza: EAL Champion
  • Miss Elizabeth Dray: ADHD Champion/SENCo Assistant
  • Mrs Helen Henderson: ELSA Champion
  • Mrs Vikki Turner: Mental Health First Aider
  • Mrs Hilary Marney: Mainstream Speech and Language Support
  • Mrs Alison Wilkins: Challenge Champion/Dyscalculia Champion
  • Miss Frankie Gadd: Lunchtime Wellbeing Support

The four broad areas of SEND need are:

Useful links:

The Bromley Local Offer is the range of services and provision available to children and young people up to age 25 with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), and their families. These services are provided by the NHS and Bromley Council. You can find out more information by searching for ‘Bromley Local Offer’ or visiting:

About the Bromley Local Offer – London Borough of Bromley

Bromley Parent Voice is an independent voluntary group of parents and carers of children and young people (0-25) with special/additional needs and disabilities (SEND) living in the London Borough of Bromley.

Bromley Parent Voice – Working in partnership to give parents and carers a voice

The Tri-Borough SEND Newsletter is published by Bromley Healthcare and provides links to local and national organisations.

Tri-borough SEND Newsletter Feb-Mar 2024

Bromley Information, Advice and Support Services (IASS)  provides free, impartial, confidential information, advice and support about special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) for children and young people up to age 25, and their parents and carers

Bromley b-HIVE  explains the range of therapies that support the communication development, physical skills and independence of children, teenagers and young adults in Bromley.

Bromley Parent Carer Forum represents the voice of local families, provides support and helps parents and carers to access the SEND information they need.

Upcoming Events/Webinars:

Use this link to access the Specialist Autism Support Service upcoming webinar information.

Access the upcoming Bromley Y Webinar dates here