Preston Park Primary


We are a fully inclusive school.

At Preston Park Primary we are committed to offering an inclusive curriculum to ensure the best possible progress for all our children, whatever their needs or abilities. Children with special educational needs are supported to develop confidence in their own abilities and strengths in all areas of their school experiences. Support is provided for any pupil who may, at any time in their school career, require different or additional provision to help them achieve well at Preston Park and transition well into secondary education. 

All Brent Local Authority (LA) maintained schools have a similar approach to meeting the needs of pupils with Special Educational Needs /Disabilities and are supported by the LA to ensure that all pupils, regardless of their specific needs, make the best possible progress in school. All schools are supported to be as inclusive as possible, with the needs of pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities being met in a mainstream setting wherever possible.

The four broad 'areas of need' are Communication and Interaction, Cognition and Learning, Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties, and Sensory and Physical Needs.


We are a fully inclusive school.

Meet Our Inclusion Team

Sabrina John-Lewis

AHT - Inclusion

Preston Park Primary

College Road

Harrow, HA9 8R

Tel: 0208 904 3602




Georgina Nutton

Interim Executive Headteacher

Preston Park Primary

College Road

Harrow, HA9 8R

Tel: 0208 904 3602


Siobhan Ali

Interim Head of School

Preston Park Primary

College Road

Harrow, HA9 8R

Tel: 0208 904 3602



SEND Governor: Ranjna Shiyani 

Our staff are continually updating their own expertise with training in different fields that builds upon existing knowledge.

If you would like to know what provision is in place for your child or if you have any concerns that your child has some additional needs please speak to your class teacher.

You are also very welcome to make an appointment with our Special Educational Needs Leader, Ms Wazir. 

Please call on 02089043602 to make an appointment or email: 

Full details of the support offered can be found by downloading the the documents below. 

For the Brent Local Offer, please click here

Our offer to children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)  

Our intent is for all children  to achieve exceptionally well during their time at Preston Park so that they transition well into their next phase of education and lead happy and fulfilled lives.

We believe in personalising learning and this is at the heart of our lesson design. We support all our children to access the curriculum and focus on quality first teaching, targetted support and specialist provision to meet our children's needs.  

Our offer is currently being updated and will be coming soon! 


 Our specialist provision: SKY and Sensory Room 

Specialist Knowledge Years (S.K.Y) Room

The SKY Room is an audio-visual classroom with an environment that is both calming and stimulating for our SEND pupils.  Different visuals and sound effects can be tailored to the suit the needs of our pupils. Pupils attend the lunchtime Sensory Club which supports each child’s personalised learning needs. 

Sessions within the SKY Room may involve: storytelling, attention autism, music, speech and language, phonics to name but a few.  All staff use Picture Communication to support children with language difficulties and we also have specialist resources that are readily available for our children to explore and enjoy.

Classes within the SKY Room are usually smaller, and teaching is geared to the pupils’ individual needs and abilities. Children’s progress is closely monitored in all areas, not just educational attainment, and staff generally have an excellent understanding – gained through qualifications or experience – of pupils’ needs.

Benefits of the SKY Room include; heightened awareness and improved alertness, exploration of environment, improved co-ordination and motor control, cognitive development, and improved opportunity for choice and self-determination. The SKY Room is an adaptive classroom that can support all subjects and themes.


Sensory Room

The schools sensory room is located within the heart of the school and is available for all pupils in the school to access. The room is designed to create a stimulating and yet calming atmosphere. In addition to this room, there are spaces within each area of the school which support the ethos of quiet and calming spaces.

The Sensory Room is divided into different areas within it which include: a soft play area, dark room, and sound room. Within the room there is a range of equipment including bubble tubes, fibre optic sprays, tactile lights, sound and music as well as textured walls. All of the equipment is designed to provide visual, auditory, tactile, kinaesthetic and olfactory stimulation.

This room is used for both therapy and education; some of the benefits can include; increased concentration and focused attention; cognitive development by increased brain function; social interactions; or providing relief from sensory overload.


The Nest

Our newly created room is designed to aid pupils requiring intensive 1:1 support or small group support varying from speaking and listening to learning about everyday life skills.  The Nest has been designed to simulate a familiar environment where pupils can see and learn in a space which is more familiar to them.  Staff ensure that this room provides support and guidance, they also identify any barriers to a pupil's learning and then work with the pupil to remove the barrier so that they can effectively participate in school life.

Sensory Garden

The school has a Sensory Garden which is a magical space within the centre of the school.  Our sensory garden is an ongoing and developing project that has been evolving over several years. The garden has areas for pupils to explore and experience.

The plants and shrubs in the garden were chosen specifically because of their striking colours or because they were extremely tactile or very aromatic. Even in the depths of winter our sensory garden has wonderful focal points. A variety of different textured slabs, allows pupils who are non-ambulant to experience a different sensation as they walk over them.

Although the garden was specifically designed for pupils with a sensory impairment, it is used throughout the day by the whole school community. It is a favoured place during breaks and lunch time and staff accompany either individual children or groups of children to the garden on a regular basis.

We hope to improve the quality of life and to develop skills for life, encouraging independence and hopefully generalisation into other areas of life and promote awareness of Health and Safety issues within the garden, home and school environment.