Pathfinder Northstowe

The Pathfinder

Church of England Primary School

The roots to grow, the path to follow and the wings to fly
Diocese of Ely Multi Academy Trust

Our SEND Team

At Pathfinder Church of England Primary School, we believe that every child deserves the opportunity to succeed in school.  

We work as a team to ensure that all pupils have the environment they need to achieve. Every member of staff is responsible for SEND provision in our school, the teachers, LSAs, midday assistants and office staff all play a part in providing learners with SEND quality first teaching and inclusion, liaising with the SENDCo and parents, to form a team around the child.  

We aim to provide relevant training to staff to support the children in our care. We work closely with outside agencies to support the children in our setting.   

If you have concerns about your child in relation to special education needs, you should share these concerns with the Class Teacher in the first instance.  The class teacher will then discuss these concerns with the SENDCo and the Headteacher as part of pupil progress meetings. 

All teachers engage in the Assess, Plan, Do, Review cycle half termly, and meet regularly with the SENDCo to discuss this and then with parents, where provision is shared.   

The role of SENDCo is shared as follows:

Miss Stacey Dean

Pre-School SENDCo

Miss Emily Daum

Reception and KS1 SENDCo

Mrs Louise Negri

If you have spoken to your child’s class teacher about your concerns and would like to refer your concerns to one of our SENDCos for further discussion, please complete a Parent SENCO Referral Form (see below)  and send to

Useful SEND Websites and Contacts:

SENDIASS: The SEND Information, Advice and Support Service provided by the Parent Partnership Service can also help with impartial and confidential information and advice.


Pinpoint: a local parent support group 


Little Miracles: a local charity for families of children with additional needs 


Dyslexia: Useful sites include Dyslexia Action and British Dyslexia Association.  


Autism: You can find out more from the Autism Education Trust and the National Autistic Society


ADHD: ADHD Foundation


Mental healthKeep Your Head brings together reliable information on mental health and wellbeing for children, young people across Cambridgeshire & Peterborough.


If you come across websites that you have found particularly helpful, feel free to forward these on to the team and we will share them here!