Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and Inclusion Policy

If you can believe it, you can achieve it.

Pupils with special educational needs and disabilities or differences develop well both academically and in all other aspects of their learning and well-being.

All pupils are taught by class teachers who take the lead on their learning and they are supported to gain independence within the class, school and beyond. Our school is small enough to get to know each pupil well but large enough for pupils to benefit from the social experiences that being a member of a thriving learning environment offers.  
Our school building is easily accessible to all and our facilities are on one level with a hygiene room for pupils who may need this.  Pupils with SEND are included in all activities which may be classroom based or out of school, such as visits for all year groups and swimming lessons in the autumn term, currently offered to pupils in years three to six.  

Please visit the How to Apply section of this site for information about our application process and admissions policy.