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Granard Primary School

"Growing together; Achieving together"
Please do not send your children to school if they or a member of your household displays Covid symptoms (new cough, high temperature or loss of sense of taste or smell). You must arange for the person with symptoms to have a test.

What should I do if I am concerned about my child's progress or special educational needs?

Should you have any concerns about your child, please come in and talk to us.  The first step should be to speak to your child’s class teacher who will be happy to arrange a suitable time to meet. You can arrange a time to meet either by:

  • Speaking to them directly at the end of the day

  • By calling the school on 020 8788 3606

  • Emailing the main office at

  • If you have further concerns, please contact: Monika Zielinska–Pietruszka (SENCo Early Years and Year 1), Liz Murray (Deputy Headteacher and SENCo for Years 2, 3 and 4Br, 4S) and Ros Pointer (SENCo Years 4B, 5 and 6).


If you are a prospective parent and have concerns about your child or would like to discuss how your child could be supported, please contact Liz Murray, Deputy Headteacher and SENCo on 020 8788 3606.


As a school, we have designed a ‘Parent Concern Form’ to help support you in thinking through your concerns and supporting a conversation with your child’s class teacher/SENCo.  It is completely optional but we hope it will help you in organising and developing your thoughts before meeting with us.


A copy can be collected from the school office or downloaded from our website.

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