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SEND & Equality

SEND - Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) at Musbury Primary School

Welcome to Musbury Primary School's SEND page.  My name is Emily Churchill and I am very proud to be the SENDCo (Special Educational Needs Coordinator).  I hold the National Award for Special Educational Needs (NASENCO) qualification and am passionate about supporting our children at Musbury.  Our school aims to be a fully inclusive school which caters for the needs of all our children.  We pride ourselves in working closely with our SEND children and their families to ensure they achieve their full potential. 


‘Autism and Us’ Parent Programme (Spring Term 2024)


Autism and Us Parent Programme (four week course)

Attending the Autism and Us parent programme gives you an opportunity to develop your understanding of autism and look at practical solutions to managing and supporting your child’s presenting needs.

The programme is made up of four weekly ‘live online’ sessions (each approximately two hours long) related to the following topics or themes:



Booking a place on the Autism and Us parent support programme

To book your place on the programme or to express your interest in future programmes, please send an email to

We will confirm your booking and provide you with a direct link to the event. 

These sessions are delivered live online by our specialists using Microsoft Teams.



DiAS (Devon, Information, Advice and Support) supports children and young people aged 0-25 with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), and their parents and carers.

Below is a link to Devon DiAS for parents and carers to receive impartial advice and support.


Home - Devon Information Advice and Support (


SEND & Medical needs


As a school we are part of the First Federation Trust.  The First Federation schools aim to be fully inclusive school communities and to involve all members of the community in decision-making and policy development.  We regard staff, parents and pupils as undertaking a joint enterprise to make learning exciting and positive for all of us.  We are all members of a team working co-operatively to this end.  The expertise of parents and carers is highly valued.


More details about our provision for children with special educational needs and disabilities, as well as children with special medical needs, including our approach, policies, what Devon offers and other useful information is available on the First Federation Trust website here.


Please see below our latest SEND Information Report & Accessibility Plan.


Our Inclusion and Safeguarding Lead is Mrs Hannah Evans