Curriculum SEN Support Provision
Every pupil in the school has an entitlement to personal, social and intellectual achievement. All pupils are entitled to the opportunity to achieve their potential in learning. Every pupil is unique as regards their characteristics, interests, abilities, motivation and learning needs. It is the role of the school to take this diversity of need into account in its delivery of the curriculum. Those children with Special Educational Needs should have access to high quality and appropriate education.
Key Principles of Inclusion
All children are educable and should be equally valued whether or not they have SEND. Inclusion is most likely to be achieved when their diversity is recognised and regarded positively. All staff are responsible for inclusion. Children are entitled to receive a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum. We recognise that appropriate advice, support and resources are required to achieve this for some pupils in the mainstream curriculum. All children and their parents are entitled to be treated with respect and have their views considered. All arrangements should protect and enhance the dignity of those involved.
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