The staff and governors are committed to providing the highest levels of achievement for every child admitted to the school. The teachers have high expectations of every child and will accentuate the positive in behaviour, work and attitude. They recognise that learning is most successful when it takes place in a happy, sensitive and secure environment. They will encourage every pupil to show concern for others and to value each others’ contributions.
The implementation of our aims, and our approach to supporting children’s learning, is included in our SEND and Equality and Community Cohesion policies which can be found on the policies page of this website or as hard copies from the school office.
Admission for a child with Special Needs is, as for all children, in line with the governors’ Admissions Policy. A meeting would be held with all concerned if a child with an Education Health Care Plan (EHCP) were to attend school, so that appropriate provision could be made.
Further information regarding our SEND provision can be found in our SEND Information Report, SEND policy and Equality and Community Cohesion Policy (all policies can be viewed by clicking the link below - Statutory Information).