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Our aim is to offer a safe and inclusive environment, with the highest standards of teaching and the most inspiring opportunities for learning, facilitated by the whole school community working together. Our vision is that St. Osmund’s Catholic Primary School pupils will be academically and socially confident and will take their next steps as caring, creative and healthy young people who will actively and responsibly make a difference to our world.


At St Osmund’s the aim is that all children with SEND will join in the activities of the school together with other children, wherever possible. This includes lessons, playtimes, meal times, religious worship and school trips. The school is committed to inclusion for all children unless this would be incompatible with the provision of efficient education of other children in the school.


We celebrate the successes of all pupils and focus on their achievements, rather than their difficulties. Where pupils may need additional support to facilitate progress, we build this support around where pupils have existing strengths. Specialist assessment may be used to enable staff to personalise a child’s curriculum and modify teaching methods. 


For further information, please click on the links below.

Achieving for Children Local Offer

The Richmond local offer of services provided via Achieving for Children can be found at and they can be contacted by telephone on 0208 547 4722 or via email at the following address:


Richmond Parent Carer Forum

Richmond Parent Carer Forum (PCF) is an independent group run by parents for parents or carers of children who have any form of special educational need or disability.  Children do not need an official diagnosis for parents to become members and they support families of children with any type of additional need including learning difficulties like dyslexia.  





SEND Information, Advice and Support (SENDIASS)

The Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) in Kingston and Richmond offers advice and support across a wide range of subjects.  These services offer advice to children and young people as well as parents and carers.

Freephone number: 08081645527