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SEND (Inclusion)

Here you will find information about Special Educational Needs (SEND) and Inclusion at Greet.  If you would like more information, please contact the school office to arrange a meeting with our SEND Strategic Lead, Miss Williams, or our SENDCo, Mrs Dulai.


The school office phone number is: 0121 464 3360

You can also email the SEND team at:

Our Inclusion Team


Miss Williams - Deputy Headteacher, Inclusion Lead & SEND Strategic Lead, Senior Mental Health First Aider

Mrs Dulai - SENDCo

Mrs Herring - Safeguarding Lead & Lead DSL 

Mrs Foley - Learning Mentor 

Miss Fryer - Learning Mentor

Miss Richardson - Learning Mentor

Mrs Farooq - Learning Mentor

Mrs Ali - EAL Learning Assistant

Mrs Chauhan - SEND Learning Assistant 

Find out about services that are available to your family by visiting the Birmingham Local Offer website here.



Arrangements for handling concerns from parents of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) about the support the school provides:


In the first instance, please contact our SENDCo, Mrs Dulai, to outline your concerns.  If you feel that your concern has not been resolved satisfactorily, please follow the guidance in the Create Partnership Trust Complaints Policy.


The SEND Code of Practice outlines additional measures the Local Authority must set up for preventing and resolving disagreements. Parents/carers will be given the necessary information upon request.



Impartial parent support:

Parents can be signposted to the Birmingham Special Educational Needs and Disability Advice Support Service (SENDIASS) for support. SENDIASS offers impartial information, advice and support to children with a special educational need or disability.


SENDIASS can be contact on: 0121 303 5004


You can visit their website here. 



External Agency support:

We have strong partnerships with a number of external agencies who work across Birmingham to support children with SEND. Some of the agencies that regularly work with us in school are:


Educational Psychology

You can find parent information about this service here.


Pupil and School Support (PSS)

You can find parent information about this service here.


The Communication and Autism Team (CAT)

You can find parent information about this service here.


PDSS (Physical Difficulties Support Service)

You can find parent information about this service here.


Sensory Support (Vision and Hearing support)

You can find parent information about this service here for vision and here for hearing.


Some children on the SEND register may benefit from the expertise these agencies can offer. If we feel this is the case we always consult with parents to discuss and seek consent prior to making a referral.




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Safeguarding Information

At Greet safeguarding of pupils is at the forefront of everything we do. Check out our safeguarding page for the latest information and advice.

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