Redhill Junior And Infant School

Our School Our Future

Redhill Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B25 8HQ


SEN Information for Parents

Welcome to Redhill Primary School's SEND Information Page
Local Offer Birmingham | SEND Advice and Information
Clicking the link below will take you to our SEND information report. 
Here you will find lots of information about how we support and identify children with Special Educational Needs at Redhill.
You will be able to find key information about what interventions our school provides, and what services we can support you to access.
If you have any questions, or would like to talk about your child's additional needs, please contact Miss Fox through the school office.


Click here to read the Special Educational Needs Information report for Redhill School


Click here to find out how we identify SEN and how we work with you to do this


Click here to visit Birmingham's Local Offer website


The Special Educational Needs policy will give you additional information about how the SENCo and staff at Redhill support children with additional needs. Click here to read it.

Birmingham SEND have made a short video explaining the Local Offer and what it means for you and your children. Click below to watch it: 



We know that at the moment children and families are feeling anxious about returning to school. Have a look at these resources and information provided by the Communication and Autism Team (CAT) to help you and you child feel happier and more prepared to come back to school.  


"Coming Back to School in a Bubble" story. This lovely story will show your child what school will be like when they return. Click here to read it.


"Everybody Worries" is a picture book for children who are worried

about Coronavirus. Click here to read it online.                                                                                                                                                                          Jon Burgerman: Everybody Worries free eBook | Oxford Owl

The Communication and Autism Team (CAT) have made some great resources to help you prepare your child for returning to school. Click here to look at some short videos that deal with reducing anxiety, supporting self-esteem and socialising, and managing behaviour. 


Here you will find some information to support you and your child with transition back to school after lockdown and school closure. 

Click here to look at the presentation.

Click here to read the notes.