At the Victory Primary School we believe that all children are individuals and have the right to access the school and curriculum in order to achieve their full potential. We aim to include all, to facilitate the learning through inclusive classrooms and adapted approaches to suit the needs of every pupil. We seek to help develop happy, healthy, well rounded pupils, eager to learn and take on the world.
- Enable all children to access a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum which includes the Foundation Stage and National Curriculum.
- Enable all children to reach their full potential through provision which is suitably adapted.
- Provide trained and supportive staff to meet the diversity of needs within the school.
- Work in partnership with parents and outside agencies in identifying, planning for, supporting and reviewing their children’s needs.
All teachers are teachers of SEND pupils and as such are responsible for providing quality first teaching which takes account of the particular individual needs of pupils with SEN within the classroom.
Special educational provision is that which is additional to, or different from, that made generally for others of the same age. This means provision that goes beyond the teaching and learning arrangements normally provided as part of high quality, personalised teaching. It may take the form of additional support from within a setting or require involvement of specialist staff or support services.
Our school has a Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (Mrs Helen Facer) who is responsible for the leadership and co-ordination of provision and or support for identified pupils with SEND. Should you wish to contact Mrs Facer please either call the school office on 023 9200 1160 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click here to see our SEND information report
Please click here to see our SEND policy
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