We have created an inclusive culture in our school; providing successful and challenging learning, within a broad and balanced curriculum framework.

In addition, we provide high quality teaching to all learners taking into account and planning for individual’s specific needs. We aim to ensure an inclusive learning environment, which meets the needs of all members of our school community. Any adaptations to the curriculum are based on individual needs, which support and challenge them appropriately. This support should be appropriate to the young person’s age and needs and should aim to overcome barriers to learning. At Up Holland, staff continually monitor students’ progress ensuring that learning is taking place for all. Regular meetings between the SENCo, Heads of Year, and other relevant staff are held to discuss students’ progress.

In the cases where additional support is required we have a dedicated team of full and part time Learning Support Assistants, some of whom work with designated students on a one to one basis. Learning Support Assistants all have a specialism such as literacy, numeracy, handwriting, etc and regularly attend training courses and receive regular pupil updates. If you have any questions about our SEND provision at the school then please contact Ms M Potter, SENCo on 01695 625191 or email

The Up Holland High School SEN Padlet includes resources, information and support strategies for both students and parents. We hope that you will find it useful to have all of this information in one place and we aim to update this regularly throughout the year. Please click the link below to view our Padlet.




Educate Magazine

Up Holland High School becomes the first school in Lancashire to be awarded the prestigious ADHD Friendly School award by the ADHD Foundation for their work with children with ADHD in the last academic year.


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SEN REPORT 2022/23


Special Needs Policy


Supporting Students with Medical Needs






Exam Access Arrangements 2022/23