The Department for Education guidance for the full reopening of schools in September 2020 has just been published and we are now busily working through every detail so we can formulate a safe, comprehensive and of course, fully compliant plan of action. We cannot wait to see ALL your smiling faces again and we will provide details for the start of the academic year just as soon as we can. Please bear with us just a little longer! Thank you as ever for your patience and support.

Special Educational Needs

Miss H Lee


Welcome to Bude Primary Academy! My name is Miss Lee and I have worked at Bude Primary for the last 5 years. I work across all the Key Stages from EYFS to Year 6. 
At Bude Primary Academy all children are valued, respected and welcomed to our school whatever their additional educational need.  Our aim is to create an atmosphere of inclusion, encouragement, respect and sensitivity.  We will support their learning and ensure they are fully included in all school activities, making full use of externally provided facilities where appropriate.
We do this by:
  • identifying  pupils with special educational needs and disabilities and ensure that their needs are met
  • ensuring that children with special educational needs and disabilities can access the activities of the school
  • ensuring that all learners make the best possible progress
  • ensuring  that learners express their views and are fully involved in decisions which affect their education
  • promoting effective partnerships and involving outside agencies when appropriate.

We work with a range of external agencies to provide the best support for all our children. There are too many to list, but they include:

  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • Dyslexia Support Service
  • Hearing Support Service
  • Social Communication Difficulties Team
  • Medical Professional

Within school there are a variety of different SUPPORT GROUPS, CLUBS and INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS, designed to support our pupils. The range of support made in the school is “ Needs Led” and therefore varies each year in response to identified needs.


Local Offer

The Local Offer aims to help families of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) by gathering useful information they need to know, in one place, so they can make informed choices about the support they receive.

Our Local Offer describes the provision and guidance that is available for children and young people:

  • with SEND;
  • with or without an Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan or Statement of SEN;