If parents or school feel there could be an SEN issue, then school would invite parents and children in to school to discuss them.  If you have any concerns, please speak to Mrs Crowther-Riley, our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO).

All children are entitled to access all lessons, visits etc and provision is made for 1-1 support, wheelchairs, medication etc. We have high expectations of all children and celebrate progress and achievement in various ways eg achievement assembly.

SEAL assemblies and circle times are used to prevent any children from being treated less favourably than other pupils whether SEN or not.

Access facilities for disabled children include disabled toilets, hearing loop in class and school is on one level with wide doorways.