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Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND)
We recognise that a child may require social, academic or emotional support at some stage during their school life. Our teaching reflects our belief that children in each class are individuals and make progress at differing rates with differing learning needs. It is our aim to ensure that all children move through our school having access to a broad and balanced curriculum that develops the whole child through a range of learning experiences.
All our pupils have the right to an education which is appropriate to them as individuals. It is our aim to minimise the difficulties that pupils will experience. We aim to achieve this by adopting three principles that are essential to developing a more inclusive curriculum:
- setting suitable learning challenges;
- responding to pupils’ diverse learning needs;
- overcoming potential barriers to learning assessment for individuals and groups of pupils.
As a school we believe in early identification of any barriers to learning that may arise so that we can give children extra support at critical times. We make careful assessments of each child's development which are fully documented in order to monitor their progress.
We provide individual/group support to pupils with a range of needs ensuring they are able to participate effectively in curriculum activities that are appropriate for their own unique learning journey.
We actively encourage parents/carers to discuss their children's progress with us and to let use know if they have any concerns.
"Disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs make at least good progress in line with other pupils in school, and sometimes better. Performance of many pupils improve enough for them to no longer remain on the special education needs register."