We enable all children to engage fully in all aspects of school life. To do this:
Lessons are structured flexibly to include individual, pair, group and whole class work with consideration of the needs of pupils with disabilities.
Lessons are delivered to take account of a wide range of learning styles and needs.
All children have equal access to all areas of the curriculum and all children are encouraged to take part in extra-curricular activities.
Pupils are encouraged to share their ‘good news’ with the whole school in our assemblies and this can include out of school activities.
All pupils have access to activities and we offer a range of clubs to suit a variety of interests and needs.
Pupils are appropriately grouped and seated according to their academic ability and all pupils are supported and encouraged to reach their full potential.
As a school we strive to be fully inclusive so adjustments to timetables to be made as needed.
Pupils are praised for their output and staff acknowledge the time taken by pupils and the effort to complete the tasks and our reward systems reflect this.