King’s Academy Binfield a 3-18 all through school in Binfield, Berkshire. King’s Academy Oakwood is a one form entry primary school also in Binfield Berkshire. Both schools are being run as one and are part of King’s Group Academies.
King’s Academy Binfield and King’s Academy Oakwood are mainstream schools and support students with a range of Special Educational Needs including, Hearing Impairment, Specific Learning Difficulties, Moderate Learning Difficulties, ASD, ADHD, Speech and Language Needs and other Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties. Students with special educational needs are fully integrated into all aspects of school life.
Within King's Academy Binfield, we are in the process of opening a specialist resource provision starting in Year R focusing on supporting students with an EHCP and a primary need related Autism.
Our SENCO is Rachel Woodman and can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Primary phase SENCO is Sarah Jones and can be contacted on email@example.com
Our Local Offer and Information report can be found below, this link will take you to the Bracknell Forest Local Offer page: Bracknell Forest Local Offer
Please find listed below links to information and support you may find useful if you are a parent of a child with special needs:
Local information about SEN.
Provides ADHD and ASD support for parents
An organisation to support parents with ASD.
Bracknell Forest information, advice and support service about SEND
A local group that support parents of children with additional needs. They offer telephone support, online workshops and Face-to-Face sessions.
Dyslexia advice and support for families.
British Dyslexia Association advice and support.
Children and Young People Integrated Therapies.
Useful downloads and resources to support mental health.
A magazine devoted to mental health.
The National Autistic Society.
ADHD and You.
Bracknell Forest EAL and Diversity.
A national charity supporting people with learning disabilities and their families.
A recreational facility for disabled children, their families, friends, school and groups.
A youth club for upper primary and secondary students, with sessions for students with moderate learning difficulties.