The Ãå±±ÂÖ¼é schools aim to be fully inclusive school communities and to involve all members of the community in decision-making and policy development. We regard staff, parents and pupils as undertaking a joint enterprise to make learning exciting and positive for all of us. We are all members of a team working co-operatively to this end. The expertise of parents and carers is highly valued.
We do not discriminate in any way against any pupil seeking admission. Once pupils are at the school, our aim is to provide the best possible learning experiences for all. This includes giving necessary support to individuals or groups of pupils who require something extra to meet their needs. We want all pupils to have full access not only to the taught curriculum but also to out of school enrichment activities and all are encouraged to participate in the wide range of clubs and sports. Pupils will be involved in reviewing their learning experiences, evaluating their progress and actively planning their learning.
We support the LA Policy on Inclusion and our curriculum policies are fully inclusive.
Parents of pupils with SEND wishing to complain about the SEND provision should follow the Trust Complaints procedure, which can be accessed by clicking .
Our policies & reports
You will find below the Trust Policy for Children with Special Educational Needs, and for Medication and Children with Medical Needs.
You can find information that is specific to each school, including the name of the SENCO, the latest SEND report and the accessibility plan for each school by clicking on the name of the school you are interested in:
The local offer
The local offer about the support and services that are available for children and young people who have special educational needs and disabilities in your local authority can be found on their website as follows:
Parents/carers are encouraged to seek help and advice from Independent Information Advice and Support services. These services are able to provide impartial and independent advice, support and information on special educational needs and disabilities and can be accessed as follows:
Mencap and the Department for Education have produced easy read guides - one for children and young people, and one for parents - to explain the changes to special educational needs and disabilities support. These can be accessed by clicking .
Equality policy and objectives
You can find our Equality Policy and information about how we are meeting our equality objectives here.