Inclusion Guidance

Gifford Primary is an inclusive school, with an ARP for deaf children.  We actively seek to remove the barriers to learning and participation that can hinder or exclude individual pupils, or groups of pupils.  We aim to offer equality of opportunity and diversity, when needed, to the different individuals and groups of children within our school. 

Click here to download Gifford's Inclusion Policy


Gifford Primary's SEND Offer

For more information about Gifford Primary's SEN local offer, please click here to download the information report.




Click here to download our SEND policy

Click here to download our accessibility plan

Click here for Ealing's Local offer for SEND - Find information regarding what Ealing puts in place for children with disabilities.

SEND Advice Event

The next SEND Advice event will be held on 21st march, organised by Ealing Parent Carers Forum and EalingHelp. This has in the past proven to be a huge success with families in that it has allowed parents to access advice and information from a range of services all in one day.

This event is pre-booked appointments only!!

Parents / carers can email EPCF on  or ring on 07955 820148 from Monday 25th February 12o'clock onwards for appointments.  


Please find attached flyer and booking form by clicking on the links below:

SEND Flyer

SEND Booking 


 Hearing Impaired Provision (HIP)

For support for hearing impairment, please click here for the HIP brochure.






Autism Specialists - Lego Based Therapy 

Tania Wagstaff and Claire Brinkley from Autism specialists will be delivering, Lego Based Therapy, an exciting and popular course on Monday 13th May 2019 at HAC’S Hillingdon Autistic Care and support, Dudley Place, Off Pinkwell Lane  Hayes UB3 1PA       

Please choose from the options below:

10.00am - 12.00pm

4.00pm -6.00pm

Lego Based Therapy, what is it and how does it work? (including a free Lego pack to get you started)

For further course details please visit our website

More details from the flyer click here