• Sarah D. Young, Headteacher : telephone 01263 578144

We are fortunate to have very strong relationships with other schools and organisations including:

trustTrust Norfolk-SEN

Sidestrand Hall School became part of a co-operative Trust [Trust Norfolk-SEN] with 8 other Norfolk complex needs schools on November 5th2013.  Planning is taking place with initial partners, University of East Anglia and the Local Authority, to formulate a development plan.  As part of the Trust, S2S is provided by all schools.

cromer-campusCromer Cluster

Sidestrand Hall is the lead school within the Cromer Cluster.  It is a small but strong cluster of schools, with emphasis  on collaboration and mutual support.

Vocational Learning

Sidestrand Hall School has developed as a vocational education centre for local High schools.  More information on what we offer can be found on the Vocational Curriculum Page.

parentsNorfolk Parent Partnership

offers support to Parents and Carers of children with special educational needs, please click the logo for more information.

We work closely with the Starfish Team.

A Learning Disabilities Child and Adolescent Service, for children across Norfolk aged between 5-18 years who have a significant learning disability.

The team supports young people with complex developmental needs, as well as their families. Our expert staff can provide information and advice about:

  • Growing up
  • Sexual health
  • Healthy eating
  • Confidence building
  • Self esteem
  • Health related issues
  • Behavioural issues

What is the Starfish Consultation Line? 01603 272290 The Consultation Line is a dedicated number to call for any professional or parent/ carer who may wish to discuss concerns they have regarding a child with learning disabilities . The consultation line will be available from 1st September 2015, and will be open from 9am to 1pm Monday to Friday.

 Who will answer my call? The consultation line will be operatedby senior staff from Starfish.

Parents If your child has a learning disability, you can call the helpline and talk to us about the current difficulties.

  • We will ask you some questions and may be able to give you some advice over the telephone.
  • Give you some information about other services or useful websites.
  • If you need any ongoing help or support we can take some further details to see whether a referral to our team would be appropriate.

For more information click here