This is a Good School

Ofsted says "Pupils achieve well and make good progress"

Teaching is good

"Teachers and TAs work together very well to support pupils' development."

Governance is strong

"Governors understand the strengths and weaknesses of the school"

Pupils achieve well

"They make good progress from their starting points in reading, writing and mathematics"

Pupils' behaviour is good

"They demonstrate high levels of respect and are considerate of each other's needs."

Teaching is good

"Teachers and TAs work together very well to support pupils' development."

Curriculum design is inspiring

"It is complemented by an extensive range of enrichment activities"

Pupils achieve well

"They make good progress from their starting points in reading, writing and mathematics"

Pupils' behaviour is good

"They demonstrate high levels of respect and are considerate of each other's needs."

Special Needs and Inclusion

The school recognises that each child has a variety of differing needs as they progress through the school. Most of these can be dealt with by the class teacher, however where a teacher or parent becomes concerned, it may be necessary to initiate a special programme of support and work for that child. This is only implemented after consultation with the special educational needs coordinator (SENCO). The stages of help are easily explained and are monitored regularly. We wish to build a partnership between parent, teacher and child that benefits the child’s educational progress and attainment.

Work in all aspects of the curriculum can be differentiated to suit the needs and ability of the children. Differentiation can take many forms and arrangements are made to cater for those children with specific learning difficulties or those who are more able and require challenges to increase their academic, creative, artistic, sporting and social skills. Targets are set to encourage them to extend themselves.

Any parents who are concerned about their child’s progress should make an appointment to speak to the class teacher and the SENCO.  As well as the SENCO there is a governor with a designated responsibility for special educational needs.  Please see our website for more information.

A paper copy of all documents can be obtained from the school office on request.

SEND Downloads

Offer of Early Help Sept 2018 – All your questions answered.

 

Governor Reports

Due to small numbers of children in each cohort, children may be easily identified.  If you would like to know more about how we cater for the needs of children with SEND, then please enquire at our school office.