Blueberry Park Primary School

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0151 233 2480

0151 233 2481

Parent Support groups

Merseyside Tourette’s Support Group via Zoom

Monday 24th May 1:30pm


Liverpool ADHD Support Group Meeting

Monday 24th May 12pm


 Liverpool ADHD Support Group Meeting

Monday 28th June 12pm


Liverpool ADHD Support Group Meeting

Monday 26th July 12pm

Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)


Welcome to the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) part of our school website. This page will be updated regularly with information relating to special educational needs and disabilities. 

At Blueberry Park Primary School we strive to support all pupils to enable them to achieve their full potential at school. In order to do this, many steps are taken to support them through their learning journey. Quality first teaching is vital; however, for some children there are occasions when further additional support may be needed to help them achieve their targets. Please try not to worry if you or your child's teacher believe that your child may have Special Educational Needs. There are lots of people in school that are able to help and we will do all we can to make sure your child receives the support and guidance that they need.

Our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo) is responsible for managing the SEN provision across the school, from 2 year old provision to year 6. Miss Glover is our SENCo, Key Stage 1 Leader and Acting Assistant Headteacher. She can be contacted at school on 0151 233 2480. Alternatively you can send an email, for her attention, to

Miss Glover adopts an 'open door' policy to meet with parents and carers but sometimes an appointment may be necessary.

Our SEND Governor is Dr Lee Robinson, he meets regularly with Miss Glover to plan and review SEND provision across the school.


Mental Health

Alder Hey CAMHS now have a Crisis Care team operating 7 days a week from 8.00am until 8.00pm. The Crisis Care team will be offering advice, consultation and direct intervention to children and young people aged between 0-18. Families, children/young people and carers can contact the team on 0151 293 3577.

Our weekly newsletter often contains information about helpful websites to support with mental health strategies. You can find out more about these on our Safeguarding page. 

Seedlings Support via YPAS

 We are supported by Sonia, a therapist from Seedlings. She attends school each Monday to work with some of our children on lots of different art therapy activities. We have a waiting list for Seedlings, if this is something that you feel would be beneficial for your child, please get in touch with Miss Glover. 


Parental Engagement

At Blueberry Park we welcome and encourage parental input to support our pupils. Throughout the year we offer a variety of parental engagement activities with an SEND focus. We hold termly Zoom 'Inclusion coffee mornings' and parent workshops. Throughout periods of lockdown we have changed the way in which we deliver parental engagement activities and workshops. Currently a lot of these events are being hosted 'virtually' using the Zoom platform. If this is something that you require support with then please contact Miss Glover as she may be able to loan you a device and give you some guidance and support around how to access Zoom. 


SEND Information notice board

Miss Glover has an 'SEND Information' notice board in the waiting area, next to the main school office. This is regularly updated with useful information for parents and carers regarding all aspects of SEN provision both in school and the local community. On this board you can find details about the SEND graduated approach, the SEND Code of Practice, Seedlings art therapy, Autism advice drop in sessions at Alder Hey and other useful information.


Local Offer

When the Children and Families Bill became enacted in 2014, local authorities were required to publish and keep under review information about services they expect to be available for children and young people with special educational needs. This is called the Local Offer. The intention of the local offer is to improve choice and transparency for our families. It is also an important resource for professionals in understanding the range of services and provision in the local area.

A further key role for the local offer is to inform the joint commissioning for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities by setting out in a single place what is available locally. The Local Authority must work together with children and young people, parents and carers and with local services, including the voluntary and community sector, to develop their offer and keep it under review. This is called co-production.

Click on the link below to find the details of Liverpool Authority's Local Offer:

Liverpool SEND Local Offer


 SEND Information Report 2020 (2).pdfDownload
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SEND Policies and additional information

We work hard to ensure that parents have access to all of the information regarding our provision for pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Please click on the links below for further information and our policies. Alternatively, paper copies can be obtained from the school office. Miss Glover will be more than happy to talk you through any of our documentation privately. Upon request, we are also able to provide copies of documentation in any language.


SEND Policy 2019-2020

Medical Conditions Policy

Accessibility Plan

Equality Information and Objectives

Disability Equality Scheme

Covid-19 / Coronavirus Social Story

Useful SEND information

Please find below, a selection of Local Education Authority (LEA), government SEND guidance and general information which Miss Glover believes that you may find helpful.


Useful organisations - Contact details 

Mayoral Hardship Fund: Help for Citizens information

EHAT Guidance for Parents & Carers

SEND Strategy Consultation Pro-Forma (LEA)

SEND Consultation Partnership Strategy 2018-2022 (LEA)

SEND code of practice: 0 to 25 years

SEND Graduated Approach windscreen

Addvanced Solutions


If you require any further explanation in relation to any of the above, please do not hesitate to contact Miss Glover.


EAL - English as an Additional Language


At Blueberry Park we welcome children from all over the world into our learning community. We provide a welcoming and accepting ethos which acknowledges and celebrates children's diversity. We strive to meet the needs of all our children for whom English is not their first language, whilst at the same time encouraging confidence in developing English to support and enable learning. Our curriculum reflects all the cultures and religions of the community that we are part of. At Blueberry Park we want to have continuity, dialogue and partnership between home and school as we build positive relationships between parents and carers.