Wonersh and Shamley Green

Church of England Primary School


Wonersh and Shamley Green C of E Primary School is committed to ensuring equality of provision and opportunity throughout the school community for both children, parents, staff and governors. To achieve this, our equality objectives are as follows:

  • To promote cultural development and understanding through a rich range of experience, both in and beyond the school
  • To ensure children of all backgrounds and all needs are included in our school equally
  • To tackle prejudice and promote understanding in relation to people with disabilities
  • To ensure that all pupils are given similar opportunities with regards to after-school clubs and activities
  • To allow equal access to information for all parents
  • To ensure the school environment is accessible as possible to all pupils, staff and visitors.

These objectives are reflected in our equality information and objectives, our equality policy and our accessibility plan and other school policies related to teaching and learning.


At Wonersh and Shamley Green Church of England Primary School, we are committed to offering an inclusive curriculum to ensure the best possible progress for all of our pupils whatever their needs or abilities.

Central to our SEND work is the core belief that every teacher is a teacher of every pupil, including those with special educational needs.

At Wonersh and Shamley Green Primary School we want each child to achieve his/her best, to become confident individuals living fulfilling lives and to make a successful transition into their next school.



Mrs Jennifer Korda, SENDCO and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead.  Mrs Korda is also our Designated Teacher for Looked After Children.  Working days Monday/Tuesday/Thursday 9.15am - 2.30pm, Wednesday 8am - 5pm.  Contact 01483 892 345 email j.korda@wsgprimary.uk   

Graduated Response

The Graduated Response document details how we aim to meet children's needs and improve outcomes for children with Special Educational Needs. It follows a four stage process -  Universal, School SEND Support, Specialist SEND Support and Statutory Assessment (EHCP).

Read more here...


Surrey / WSG School SEND Information

All Surrey schools have been asked to outline the provision in place in school to support children with additional special educational needs or disabilities using the Surrey Local Offer Website

WSG Special Educational Needs Information Report 

SEND Statement of Intent, Implementation and Impact 2023/2024

SEND Policy 2022 (Review 2023)

Arrangements For The Admissions Of Pupils With Disabilities 


SIASS (Surrey SEND Information Advice and Support Service) provides impartial, confidential and free support to empower parents children and young people with special needs - for more information please use this link SSIASS  

We are committed to ensuring that we are an inclusive school which caters for all differing abilities and needs.  If however you are a parent and wish to raise a concern please follow the process outlined in our Complaints Procedure which can be located here Complaints Procedure Statement


SENCO Clinics 

Mrs Korda's clinic dates for the first half of Autumn Term 2023 are: 13th September (Wed), 20th September (Wed), 4th October (Wed), 12th October (Thurs).


SEND Coffee Mornings / Afternoons 

WSG Parent Support Coffee Morning/Afternoon.  Information of forthcoming coffee mornings can be found here.

These are some of the topics we have discussed at previous coffee mornings:

- Supporting your child with their school work
- Sleep / diet / exercise concerns
- Family relationships
- Supporting your children with their social and emotional needs
- Accessing support in the local area for your family / child

We look forward to seeing you there!

NSPCC Positive Parenting Guide for all ages 


Useful websites

Social and emotional development
Speech and Language