SEND at Fairlight

 

 

 

Fairlight Primary School is an inclusive school where we ensure all children work towards our vision that ‘Every individual child achieves’. It aims to be a learning community for all, fostering positive partnerships with parents and carers. It is a diverse and caring school where children are happy, where difference is celebrated and all successes are applauded. All children matter and should be enabled to achieve through dynamic leadership, quality first teaching, excellent resources and support for their individual needs.

We aim to ensure that our school is a calm, safe, stimulating, vibrant, purposeful, welcoming, fun, accessible and positive learning environment. We believe that all children have a right to an education that meets their needs. We are committed to reducing the barriers to learning for all pupils, not only those defined as having Special Educational Needs (SEN). We recognise that creating an inclusive school requires time, commitment, support and reflective practice. We also recognise that many children will have additional needs at some point in their childhood.

You can find our SEND policy here.

 

 
  Jason Hammond Inclusion Lead
  • Karen Walsh Learning Mentor
Juliana Ashworth Attendance Officer Susie Grey Play Therapist

Our approach to teaching pupils with SEN

Teachers are responsible and accountable for the progress and development of all the pupils in their class.

High-quality teaching is our first step in responding to pupils who have SEN. This is adapted for individual pupils.

We will also provide different interventions, as shown below:

Fairlight Intervention Chart

Speech and Language Mental health  Support for Parents
     
       
     
       
     
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SEND at Fairlight

 

 

 

Fairlight Primary School is an inclusive school where we ensure all children work towards our vision that ‘Every individual child achieves’. It aims to be a learning community for all, fostering positive partnerships with parents and carers. It is a diverse and caring school where children are happy, where difference is celebrated and all successes are applauded. All children matter and should be enabled to achieve through dynamic leadership, quality first teaching, excellent resources and support for their individual needs.

We aim to ensure that our school is a calm, safe, stimulating, vibrant, purposeful, welcoming, fun, accessible and positive learning environment. We believe that all children have a right to an education that meets their needs. We are committed to reducing the barriers to learning for all pupils, not only those defined as having Special Educational Needs (SEN). We recognise that creating an inclusive school requires time, commitment, support and reflective practice. We also recognise that many children will have additional needs at some point in their childhood.

You can find our SEND policy here.

 

 
  Jason Hammond Inclusion Lead
  • Karen Walsh Learning Mentor
Juliana Ashworth Attendance Officer Susie Grey Play Therapist

Our approach to teaching pupils with SEN

Teachers are responsible and accountable for the progress and development of all the pupils in their class.

High-quality teaching is our first step in responding to pupils who have SEN. This is adapted for individual pupils.

We will also provide different interventions, as shown below:

Fairlight Intervention Chart

Speech and Language Mental health  Support for Parents
     
       
     
       
     
image