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Mainstream schools and specialist provision

Each school publishes a SEN information report on their website, which explains how they meet the needs of children with SEND. Use our school's map to search for schools by postcode and find their website and contact information.

Most children in Enfield will be supported in a mainstream school with universal or targeted services. If that is not possible, they may have the option to attend an additionally resourced school to support pupils with SEND. Additionally resourced provision promotes inclusion and increases our capacity to meet the needs of pupils with SEND. Each provision can cater for eight to ten pupils and the SEN panel will consider whether it is appropriate for your child to attend.

The following schools are funded to provide additionally resourced provisions:

If it is not possible for your child to be supported in a mainstream school, they may be considered for a place in a special school. There are six special schools in Enfield. All pupils attending will have a Statement of SEN or an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP):

  • Durants caters for 95 pupils aged 11-19 with autism. It has been accredited by the National Autistic Society. Durants also has a satellite provision at Winchmore School for eight pupils.
  • Fern House School is an all-through specialist provision for pupils aged 7-16 with social, emotional, mental health needs (SEMH), providing personalised learning within safe, nurturing and stimulating environments.
  • Oaktree is a mixed day-school for pupils aged 7-19 with a range of complex needs, including social difficulties linked to their learning. It offers broad access to the National Curriculum.
  • Russet House is a primary school for children with autism aged 5-11 years. It also has a nursery for children over three. It has been accredited by the National Autistic Society.
  • Waverley is for pupils, aged 3-19 with severe learning difficulties or profound and multiple learning difficulties. Some pupils have visual, hearing, medical or physical impairments.
  • West Lea provides pupils aged 5-19 with a range of complex need. This includes medical, physical, communication, social, emotional and learning difficulties, and autistic spectrum disorders.

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