Woking Family Centre

Virtual SEND Parent and Carer Support Group for 5 weeks via ZOOM.

10th Jan-7th Feb click to view flyer

Please click here to view this flyer which highlights some of the things that are taking place for ASD young people in Surrey.

The Surrey Local Offer website has been updated to include a Coronavirus resources and FAQ section. This includes lots of useful information, including a document on managing home learning for parents of primary and secondary age children and clarification around EHCP assessment and review processes.


Local Offer

SEND Policy

Special Educational Needs or Disabilities

At Bishop David Brown we are fully committed to addressing the needs of all our students, including supporting our SEND students – whether this relates to learning, emotional and/or social difficulties, medical or physical disabilities. Our aim is to ensure that all students make good progress and are fully immersed in the life of our school.

Our aim is to ensure that students needs are met in mainstream classrooms and where appropriate are in smaller groups. All staff have a good working knowledge of each students primary needs and plan accordingly they work closely with the SENDCO and Student Support Assistants to ensure lesson enable students to make good progress.

BDB works closely with a range of external professionals in supporting our students and parents both in and outside of school.

Mrs Isabel McCrow SENCo

Useful Links

Surrey’s Local Offer

Family Information and Services Guide

The Department of Education has published a Guide for parents and carers that addresses a range of issues related to SEND.