Millfields Community School

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Millfields is a fully inclusive primary school and follows the inclusive policy of all Hackney schools. The reception intake is for 90 children per academic year. 

Support for pupils with additional needs at Millfields

We believe that every child can make progress and achieve and that it is our job to make sure that this happens. We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all of our pupils.

At our school, we ensure that appropriate provision is made for pupils who belong to vulnerable groups and this includes ensuring that the needs of pupils with special educational needs are met.

At Millfields, we ensure that all pupils have appropriate, effective, and timely support, challenge, and intervention, in order to meet their social, emotional, and academic potential. This includes children who may have:

  • specific learning disabilities such as dyslexia
  • children who are more able or gifted
  • children who have English as an additional language
  • children who have difficulty managing their behaviour
  • children with social and emotional needs
  • We believe that every child can make progress and achieve and that it is our job to make sure that this happens. We ensure that teaching and learning opportunities meet the needs of all of our pupils.

The government has asked all schools and academies to provide parents with information about their support for young people with SEN. This is called a School's SEN Information report.

The School SEN Information Report explains the practical day-to-day approach taken by individual schools. They should be written to be helpful, clear, and meaningful for parents. The following Hackney Local Offer help and advice articles explain more about this duty. What is a school SEN information report?

Millfiled's School SEN Information Report is linked to below. 

School Admissions for pupils with SEND

Information about the process for applying for secondary school, if you have additional needs but do not have an EHC Plan, is the same as the general admissions process. This information is available on Hackney Education's website here.

Pupils with SEND who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHC Plan) - school admissions

The timescale and process for starting secondary school for students with an EHC Plan is different. A preference form will be sent to you to list the schools you would prefer your child to attend. Find information about secondary choosing and starting at secondary schools (Secondary Phase Transfer)) here.

Millfield School Autism Resourced Provision (ARP)

Millfields School has an autism resource provision (ARP) base. 

SEND Local Offer

Local Offer Age Bands
Primary 4 -10
SEN Provision Type
  • Universal
Schools SEND Information
Millfields School SEN Information Report

Who to contact

Contact Name
Jane Betsworth
Contact Position
020 8985 7898 020 8985 7898
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Where to go

Hilsea Street

E5 0SH

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Time / Date Details

Time of day
  • Morning
  • Afternoon
Session Information
Term time only

Other details

What to do if you have a complaint

If you have any feedback for the school, then do talk about it with your teacher or SENCO.  If you are not happy with their response and wish to make a formal complaint, then ask the school reception for the school complaints procedure.  More information on school complaints can be found on HLT’s website here – Schools Complaints Procedure

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