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Special Educational Needs

At Kemsing School we make provision for every kind of frequently occurring special educational need, for instance dyslexia, dyspraxia, speech and language needs, physical needs, Autism, ADHD and other social, emotional and mental health difficulties.  There are other kinds of special educational need which do not occur as frequently and with which the school is less familiar, but we can access training and advice so that these needs can be met. 


Nationally, Special Educational Needs are currently identified in four broad areas of need:

  • Cognition and Learning
  • Social, Emotional and Mental Health

  • Communication and Interaction

  • Sensory and Physical

The definition of SEN in the new Code of Practice is a child who has a learning difficulty or disability which calls for special educational provision to be made for him or her. A child has a learning difficulty if he or she:

  • Has a significantly greater difficulty in learning than the majority of others of the same age; or

  • Has a disability which prevents or hinders him or her from making use of facilities of a kind generally provided for others of the same age in a mainstream school.

Under the new Code of Practice:

  • SEN Support replaces School Action and School Action Plus
  • EHCPs (Educational Health and Care Plans) replace Statements of Educational Need


The SENCO at Kemsing Primary School is Moira Wilson, with admin support from Georgia Watson.

Together, they work closely with all staff at the school, parents and outside agencies to ensure that the children have the support and understanding that they need in order to thrive both academically and emotionally.


Moira Wilson

September 2022 sparked a very exciting change in my career, seeing me join the Darent Federation Inclusion Team. Having worked at Kemsing for 11 years, firstly as a TA and, most recently, as a class teacher. I am thrilled to have been given the opportunity to explore the area of education I have always been most passionate about - ensuring all-round accessibility and inclusivity, in class, on the playground; academically, physically and emotionally. Applying the skills I have gained from my experience in the classroom, alongside my initial role as an MOD scientist, I hope this will serve as a good foundation for ensuring the support we provide is carefully considered, and firmly rooted in research. I'm ready to jump straight in and look forward to seeing the amazing work we can achieve together, as a school community!



SENCO contact details are as follows:

Inclusion Team

Kemsing Primary School

West End 



TN15 6PU


T: 01732 761236


Please open the document below for Frequently Asked Questions advice.

Details of the KCC Local Offer can be accessed by clicking here.


SEND Guide for parents and Carers can be accessed by clicking here.


SEND Mainstream Core Standards can be accessed by clicking here


SEND Mainstream Core Standards Guide for Parents can be accessed by clicking here


KCC SEND Strategy can be accessed by clicking here


Information, Advice and Support Kent (IASK) can be accessed by clicking here


We are BEAMS can be accessed by clicking here

For additional SEND Documents:

Accessibility Plan

SEND Statement and Policy

Please follow the link below: