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Inclusion: Recognising and respecting individual needs

We are an inclusive school which welcomes children regardless of age, gender, attainment or individual need.  We welcome children from all over the world, with different experiences and cultures.

The school has a highly skilled Inclusion Team who are able to provide support for children and parents.  The team are able to work with individuals or groups of children to develop their social, emotional and behavioural needs.  As a school we work in partnership with other agencies such as the Learning Support Service, Education Psychology Service, Community CAMHS, Speech and Language and the Ethnic Minority Achievement Services.  Together we aim to help all children reach their full potential and promote success, confidence and self esteem.  

Children who are identified as gifted and talented are provided with opportunities to extend their knowledge and skills.  In recent years a number of our pupils have been successful at gaining places and scholarships at leading independent schools within the area.

"Pupils said that they feel safe in school because staff care for them well"  Ofsted - Jan 2019

Inclusion Team

Mrs Diana Bell is the Inclusion Manager and her role is to organise, monitor and support the provision for children with Special Educational Needs and English as an Additional Language, to ensure that they make good progress in all areas. She also monitors the educational progress and provision of Looked After, Adopted and children whose carers have a special Guardianship order.  

Ms Hannah Eaton is our Senior Learning & Inclusion Mentor.  She supports children with emotional and social needs to ensure that they are in the right place to learn.   She drops into classes regularly and also offers drop in sessions to the children if they need to talk about their worries.  

We are also very lucky to have Mrs Natalie Bellis as part of our team and she is our Family Liaison worker. Mrs Bellis is a qualified social worker who is also our Designated Child Protection Officer. She is available to support parents/carers and their children with any social, emotional or practical issues related to their children or family.  Mrs Bellis also takes the lead on attendance in order to support children and their parents/carers and ensure that children attend school regularly and are on time.

If you have any questions or need support from one of our team, they would be delighted to meet with you.