Primary SEND Hub

Main aims of the project in 2022 - 23

The number of pupils entering mainstream schools with a range of special needs and disabilities continues to grow and the importance of sharing expertise from across Camden has been highlighted as a strategic priority for Camden Learning. The SEND hub will build on the successful work achieved in year one.

The aims of the Hub are:-

  • One key area will be assessment after P levels, with a focus on promoting and enhancing inclusive classrooms in Camden by working intensively with Recently Qualified Teachers (RQTs) in particular.
  • To support practitioners to include children with SEND and autism in the mainstream classroom across EYFS, KS1 and KS2.
  • To give practical support and strategies to include children with a range of complex needs.
  • To offer examples of high quality practice in a mainstream setting to enable practitioners to deliver the best possible outcomes in their own school.
Want to get involved?

Which staff would benefit from joining and why?

Teaching assistants and individuals running interventions
Class teachers (including newly and recently qualified teachers)
SENDCos and INCos
Senior Leaders

What does the Hub plan to achieve and what resources will be created?

In 2018-19 the SEND Hub will aim to deliver:

  • A “top tips” document for including children with a range of complex needs and including those with autism (aimed at RQTs)
  • A network of supportive practitioners who seek to challenge and develop each other through “Lesson Study”
  • CPD – twilights, INSET and specific input for specific groups within a school or groups of schools.


Lead Schools

Kentish Town CofE Primary

James Humphries


0207 485 1279

Grant Jacobson


Miriam Nadarajah

Teacher in Charge of the Autism Resource Base