Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Policy

North Ealing Primary School

Our Approach to Teaching Children with SEN

North Ealing School works inclusively with our families to maximize the learning potential of all children in our community. Pupils with SEN are valued members of our school community and every effort is made to support their individual needs.

We pride ourselves on our welcoming atmosphere and open door policy as well as strong home school links. We hope that you feel able to come and ask any questions you have regarding support for your child. Find out below how we as a school provide this support and how you can access it.

North Ealing Primary School Mission Statement

North Ealing School works inclusively with our families to maximize the learning potential of all children in our community. Pupils with SEND are valued members of our school community and every effort is made to support their individual needs.

Statement of Intent

North Ealing Schools Special Educational Needs and Disability policy is part of the school’s ongoing development plan and reflects its aims and objectives.

School policies apply to every child, regardless of pupils’ learning difficulties.

The school operates a policy of inclusion for pupils with special educational needs and provides every pupil with opportunities for achievement and excellence. Every pupil is valued for the individual contribution they make to the school. The Inclusion Manager oversees and coordinates with the relevant departments.

All staff involved in teaching the National Curriculum or Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum take into consideration the special educational needs of individual pupils. This school is committed to offering a broad, balanced and differentiated curriculum.

For full Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Policy documents click buttons below:

Committee with Responsibility for this document
Curriculum & Standards
Document to be approved by
Full Governing Body
Document last reviewed by the Curriculum & Standards Committee
14/11/2018
Document last reviewed by the Full Governing Body
28/11/2018
Document due for review
Autumn 2020

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