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We believe that our children deserve an education which is fun, exciting and inclusive for all.

At Manor we celebrate being individuals and promote our children to be proud of who they are and believe in what they can achieve.


At Manor we guarantee that the views of the children are reflected in all decision making and that children are being supported in class, with qualified professional guidance and support. We have developed our systems and processes so parents/carers are kept well informed and our door is always open to support families in all areas of SEND.


We know that children with send and their families are on a journey. We know that with open communication, early identification, and carefully planned provision which joins all services allows our children to achieve, make friends and be happy.



  • Educational Psychologist

  • OCC Special Educational Needs Support Services (SENSS) team of advisory teachers:

    • Communication and Interaction

    • Physical Disabilities

    • Hearing Support

  • OCC Integrated Therapies team (NHS)

    • Occupational Therapy

    • Physiotherapy

    • Speech and Language Therapy, including the EYFS Speech and Language Therapy team

  • OWL Integrated therapy (Speech and Language Therapy, Counselling)

  • Social services

  • School Nurse

  • Fitzwaryn Outreach

  • Point 5 Ltd Outreach (Northern House)

  • Train

  • DEN Centre

  • Community Consultant Paediatrician John Radcliffe (Sarah Travis)


Meet the team:

SENCo: Jennifer Dinari

Learning Mentors: Rob Carter and Catherine Coster

Family Support Worker: Emily Heathcott

Forest School Learning Mentor: Jane Millin


Please click here for more details about our SEN provision

The Code of Practice for SEN and Disability (2014) sets out guidance on how the needs of children and young people with SEN or disability should be met. The Oxfordshire local offer has two key purposes: To provide clear, comprehensive and accessible information about the support and opportunities that are available in the local area, To make provision more responsive to local needs and aspirations by directly involving children and young people with SEN, parents and carers and service providers in its development and review.