Here at William Lilley we pride ourselves in being an inclusive, supportive school to all children in our care.
Special needs means that a child is having difficulties in some areas of their life at the moment. This could be with communication, learning, social and emotional difficulties and/or physical needs.
Sometimes these difficulties last for only a short time and some continue through a child's life.
This page will give information about how we support Special Educational Needs and Disabilities at our school.
Further information can be found by clicking on the documents below.
Our SCHOOL'S ACCESSIBILITY PLAN ensures that we continue to improve all aspects of the physical environment of the school site, the curriculum and written information so that all students with a disability can take full advantage of the education and associated opportunities provided by William Lilley Infant and Nursery School.
Our School's Local Offer will also help parents understand how we support children with Special Needs. This can be found on Nottinghamshire Local Offer which is a website that brings together information across education, health, social care and the voluntary and independent sectors and is designed specifically for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities and their families. It’s free and impartial and will help you find information about what services are available, or signpost you to somebody who can provide you with the information you need, through one easily searchable web site visit. Accessible through a PC, tablet or smartphone. Download their leaflet below for more information.
The IRIS Project is an information service for parents and carers of children and young people with disabilities across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Please click on the link below to go to their website.
Free Bookstart Star pack For children aged 3-5 years who have a condition or disability that impacts on, or delays, their fine motor skills