SEND Leader

  • Miss Tabitha Bradburn


    I have been a teacher at since graduating from Warwick University and have taught Year 2 through to Year 6. My favourite subject has always been maths and I love teaching it, supporting children in their understanding of number and generating an excitement about what numbers can do and links between them. It was this enjoyment that led me to do my masters in mathematics education, whilst being subject co-ordinator within school, which also drove me to become a ‘leading maths teacher’ for the county.

    As SENDCo I am responsible for collaborating with teachers, teaching assistants, and parents to support children who may have additional or different educational needs and disabilities to the rest of their peer group. I also work with many outside professionals for example Speech and Language Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Educational Psychologists, who come in to train staff and work with pupils in our school. It is a really special role as I have the privilege of working with children across the school to enhance their access to learning. I welcome meetings with parents and carers since the unique insight and experience they have is vital in planning effective provision for their children.

    My home life is filled with the entertainment of my daughter, which leaves me with very little spare time! I still find any and every opportunity to sing though, and am the chair of my local musical theatre society, who perform once a year at the Royal Spa Centre.