Skip to content ↓

Studfall Junior Academy

Special Educational Needs


At Studfall Junior School, we work very hard to support all our pupils including those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). We work closely with our partner schools to ensure we have a thorough understanding of the individual needs of any of our pupils on entry.

The academy has a Designated Special Provision for up to 24 children with significant to severe learning difficulties serving Corby and the surrounding villages. Studfall offers an inclusive provision for pupils who require arrangements over and above that which an everyday mainstream school can provide through an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP).  They may need additional teaching to help them with their learning, speech, language and communication needs. The children are mainly taught within the class groups with some withdrawal facilities available for specialist or small group teaching.

We develop careful plans to ensure our pupils are well- prepared for starting school or joining us throughout the primary phase. For some pupils, we offer a bespoke programme to help them have a smooth transition.

Once at the school, we provide a range of strategies including:

  • Individual and small group support in the classroom or through withdrawal
  • A curriculum catering for each child's needs
  • One to one or small group catch up programmes
  • Our work in this area is led by our SENDCo's, Mrs Parris (Infant Site), Miss Stark (Junior site). If you have any concerns about your child please contact the school on 01536 264540 (Infant Site), 01536 202621 (Junior site)
Click here to learn about the Curriculum for Our Resourced Provision.


Please click here to view the following Greenwood Academy Trust Policies:

SEN and Disability Policy

Medical Support for pupils

Intimate Care Policy

Policy for Handling Complaints for Parents of SEN children- See Section 16 of the Trust SEN & Disability Policy listed above.


The Accessibility Policy and the Behaviour and Exclusion Policy can be found in the Academy's Policy section linked in the opposite panel.


Safeguarding Children initial contact: CEOP

Education, Health and Care Plan, process and assessments - Children, Families and Education: Click here

Local Offer: Click here

Northants Early Help Assessment (EHA): Click here

Educational Psychology Service: 01604 630082

Information, Advice and Support Service for SEND in Northamptonshire IASS (formerly Northamptonshire Parent Partnership Service)Click here 01604 364772 (Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm)

Referral Management Centre (RMC), Northamptonshire Heartlands PCT: Click here

The Sun Flower Centre: Click here                                                                                            

The Virtual School for Looked After Children: Click here                                                                       0300 126 1000 (Monday - Friday 8:00am - 6:00pm)

SEND Specialist Support Service: Click here                          

Autism Concern: Click here 01604 239404

Early Help Support or MASH: Click here                                                                

Pen Green Children’s Centre: Click here  01536 400068