Special Educational Needs

Our SENCO’s at The Heights Primary School are Mrs Potter and Mrs Van Schie.
Mrs Potter works Monday and Tuesday, and Mrs Van Schie works Thursday and Friday.  The SENCOs also work alternate Wednesdays.

You can see updates here:

We warmly welcome all parents to the first SEND coffee morning of this academic year.

Wednesday 20th September from 9 am-10.30 am.

Rebecca Romanovsky (Speech and Language Therapist) will be running a session called,

An Introduction to CYPIT Speech and Language Therapy.

Coffee morning Term1 SLT

We will be hosting our Term 5 SEND coffee morning on Wednesday 17th May from 9am-10am.

We are pleased to announce that Jenna Redmond, Autism Advisor for families in Reading, will be our guest speaker.

We look forward to seeing you then.

The SENCO Team

We warmly welcome families of children with SEND to our fourth SEND coffee morning of this academic year.


Wednesday 22nd March from 9am-10am.


We hope to see you there.

Kind regards,

The SENCo team

Dear Families,

Many of you may already be aware of the fantastic series that Chris Packham has made about autism called ‘Inside our Autistic Minds’.  For those of you that have not seen any of the programmes yet, they offer an incredible window into the minds of some autistic young adults.  This includes a video describing sensory overload and insight into mind of brilliant and articulate non speaker. The series in available of BBC iPlayer now.

Warm regards,

The SENCO Team


Local Offer 2023-2024

Reading Borough Council SEND Local Offer

Reading Services Guide
A huge range of information including support services, childcare, short breaks, activities, information on support for carers and much more…..

PF3 THPS Accessibility Plan v 2

Equality Policy

The Heights has a SEND Support Group for Parents, more information can be found here.

Under 5’s
Do you have a child aged 0-5 with special educational needs/disabilities? Would you like to get some support, talk about your concerns or just chat to other parent/carers over a cup of coffee while your children play? 
Families Together
 – Special Needs Support Group can help you.
Come along to one of our informal, relaxing drop In’s, you will be made very welcome!  Families Together groups run at 3 children’s centre’s on different days at different times, see the links below to find out more…