At Bedelsford we offer help and support to families in a number of ways including

  • Signposting to services
  • Liaising with social care and other agencies such as housing and SEN Transport
  • Providing supporting letters
  • Advocating for services
  • Referrals into social care – Children with Disabilities Team
  • Organising training for parents and parents and parent workshops

Please contact Zoe Jones, Designated Safeguarding Lead and Family Support Worker for more information.

Zoe can be contacted by your class teacher, the school office or directly via email below


T: 020 8546 9838 (school office)

People who can help

Zoe Jones

Zoe Jones

Designated Safeguarding Lead & Family Support Worker

Useful links

DLA Applications

Disability Living Allowance (DLA) for children - information on the Government website about how to make a claim.

Blue Badge Applications

Blue Badges allow people with disabilities or health conditions to park closer to their destination, either as the driver or passenger.

Understanding the local offer

The local offer for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in Kingston and Richmond.

Freedom Pass applications

A Disabled Person's Freedom Pass allows free or discounted travel on a range of transport services across London including bus, tram, Tube, DLR, London Overground and Elizabeth Line.

Orchard Hill College

OHC is an outstanding specialist college offering life-changing learning opportunities to young people and adults over the age of 16. There are nine college centres across London and Surrey.

Richmond upon Thames College

RuTC has a department dedicated to students with special educational needs.


Nescot, based in Epsom, welcomes learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities