We aim to ensure that every child in our school has access to a broad and exciting curriculum, a range of extra curricula activities and a safe, supportive environment to thrive and grow both academically and also emotionally. This is regardless of gender, race or disability.
To ensure that all children at the school are given the opportunities to succeed and the tools to grow and thrive we recognise that some children will need extra support to achieve this. We also recognise that there will be children who come from disadvantaged backgrounds or are in care and it is our responsibility to ensure they given the chances and support to make good progress and develop socially, spiritually and emotionally.
To achieve all of this the school runs a number of different support programmes, employs specialist members of staff and ensures that all inclusion related activities begin in the classroom with highly effective and supportive teaching. Hopefully the information on the website will help to answer most of the questions you may have but, if not, please do not hesistate to contact me.
Simon Clay, Inclusion Leader
Mr Clay is the Inclusion Leader for the Federation and provides oversight and direction in this area.
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The school receives additional funding for pupils who are entitled to claim Free School Meals. In the academic year 2016/2017 the school received a Pupil Premium Total of £31,820. This money enables us to enhance the teaching assistant support available within the classroom in order that specific interventions can be implemented to support individual pupils. In addition it enables us to provide one-to-one tuition for those pupils who are at risk of underachieving. The funding has been used to purchase specific resources to support individual pupil's needs. Our Inclusion Manager is also able to work with families to ensure that appropriate forms of support are in place for pupils. These measures enabled the pupils to make good progress last year.