At Mobberley C of E Primary School we value all children equally whatever the differences in their abilities or behaviours and believe that every child is important.

We work with children, parents and outside agencies to ensure that special needs are understood and appropriately supported.

We aim to ensure that our pupils at Mobberley C of E Primary School gain equal access to education through whatever provision may be necessary.

We believe it is essential to indentify additional needs as early as possible so if you have any concern please speak to your child’s class teacher or our SENDCo.

Mrs Bentzien – SENDCo



Click here to view the SEND Policy 2020/2021

Click here to view the SEND Progress Report 2019

Click here to view our Local Offer 2020/2021

Click here to view the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities guide for parents and carers.

You can also take a look at the new Cheshire East website called ‘Livewell’ which has information for everything that is available in Cheshire East.

Livewell link.

It also includes the new SEND Toolkit which shows how childrens’ SEN needs are met in the authority and in schools.

SEND Toolkit link.



Mrs Knowles is our ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant) specialist teaching assistant, who has a wealth of experience of working with children.  ELSAs are trained and regularly supervised by the Educational Psychologists in our Local education authority.  An ELSA is a warm and caring person who wants to help your child feel happy in school and to reach their potential educationally.  Their aim is to remove the barriers to learning and to have happy children in school and at home.

Click here to view the information leaflet for ELSA.

Click here to visit the ELSA website.




Useful websites for Parents and Carers – information about ASC workshops and events for children with autism – adoption support for parents – Dyslexia information and support – Dyspraxia information and support – Information and support about Autistic Spectrum Condition – Information about ADHD and ADD


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