Welcome to Andrews’ Endowed, where we take pride in being an inclusive and welcoming school. From the very first interaction with your child, we work as a team to ensure a seamless start to their school life.

Our Commitment to Inclusive Education

At Andrews’ Endowed, we are dedicated to making the curriculum accessible to all pupils, regardless of their individual needs. Early identification of these needs is a priority for us, and we believe that learning is most effective when it becomes a partnership between school and home. Through open discussions with parents, close collaboration with staff, and a thorough understanding of each child, we aim to create an environment that supports every student’s unique learning journey.

Supporting Your Child’s Progress

Once we have a clear understanding of your child’s needs, we leverage a diverse range of in-school resources to aid their progress and overcome any challenges they may face. Our goal is to empower every child to thrive academically and personally.

Wellbeing at the Heart of Our School

The wellbeing of our children is paramount at Andrews’ Endowed. Our children are well-known to the staff, fostering a sense of community and care. We prioritise creating a nurturing environment where each child feels valued, supported, and encouraged to reach their full potential.

Useful Websites for Parents

To further assist you in supporting your child, we have compiled a list of useful websites. These resources cover a variety of topics related to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). We understand the importance of staying informed, and we will continue to update this list regularly.

We believe that by working together, we can create a supportive and enriching educational experience for your child. If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact us using schoolsupport@aepri.co.uk

SEND: Guide for Parents and Carers

This guide explains how the system that supports children and young people with special educational needs and disability (SEND) works.

It covers:

  • the law and guidance on which the system is based
  • places to go for help and further information
  • details about changes to the system from 1 September 2014


Hampshire Local Offer

The Local Offer includes information about education, health, social care, preparation for adulthood, leisure services and impartial information advice and support. Hampshire’s Local Offer (co produced with parents, carers and young people) aims to help you find your way through the maze of information to reach the best solutions for you/your child.

h ttps://fish.hants.gov.uk/kb5/hampshire/directory/localoffer.page

H ampshire SENDIASS

 has produced a new information video for parents and professionals to showcase what the service offers and what those accessing the service can expect. The video can be viewed below, or on their social media:  https://www.facebook.com/reel/279830244732587

SENDIASS stands for Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Information Advice & Support Service. Hampshire SENDIASS offers accurate, up to date and impartial resources and information about the law on special educational needs and disability. This covers:

  • Education, health and social care
  • National and local policy
  • The Local Offer
  • Rights and choices
  • Opportunities to participate
  • Finding help and advice
  • Accessing support 

Learn to Touch Type

BBC Bitesize offers a fun way to learn how to use a keyboard. There are exercises to help you learn where the letters are and Gary the goat is hilarious!!


Inspiration for Creative Writing

This is a great resource as it offers an interesting photo for every day of the year!! You could either check out the photo for that day or search for one you that inspires you. Underneath each photo are some interesting ideas to help your imagination!


ASC / ADHD/Sensory Needs

h ttps://www.autismhampshire.org.uk/

This is a website for Parent/Carer workshops for support and offers support groups for pre, during and post diagnosis support.

Telephone: 01489 880881

Self-referral at:


Hampshire Specialist Parenting Support Service


Parenting Programmes for parents and carers for children aged 5-17 with a diagnosis of autism or an assessment process

Working together with your child’s school


Resources to support young people with ADHD


Information on professional help, diagnosis and practical advice on supporting children with their ADHD and mental health.


There’s a lot to love about ADHD. Positives of ADHD are shared by readers.

ADHD Parent Support Handbook

Child-Development Questionnaire

This is an online interactive questionnaire that explores several sensory needs and creates an individualised booklet at the end based on responses to the questions.

Sensory Processing Booklet

Whole body Listening Information

Now and Next Board Advice Sheet

Home Routine Symbols

Home Routine Photograph Sheet

Choice Symbols

Choice Photographs 

7 day Timetable

Now and Next Boards can help your child understand the order of activities that need to be completed.

NCSE Home Activities 

Home routines for children and young people with additional needs




Recognising and supporting children with dysgraphia


Made by Dyslexia

British Dyslexia

Support for parents and carers and children with dyslexia or dyslexic tendencies.


Dyspraxia Foundation

Support for parents and carers and children with dysprexia/ Developmental Coordination Disorder

01462 454986



Strategies to support developing children’s memory

Speech and Language


At school we use the Speech links programme. They are now offering access to parents. It has some brilliant speech and language resources, as well as advice and tips for parents working at home with their children. There are some listening games to play as well. The Level 4 driving game was really good fun!

Speech and language.org

Free resources, services and support for children who are having difficulties talking or understanding words.


Support and courses for parents/carers of children with Development Language Disorder (DLD) and Speech Language and Communication Needs.


Support for stammaring

Receptive Language Skills