Clarendon Primary School and Children's Centre - Policies
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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

The heart of our school ethos is the importance of including all children in every aspect of school life so that they are able to achieve successfully along their learning pathway. By Class Teachers, Learning Support Assistants and the Special Needs Coordinator reviewing how much a child is achieving, we are able to identify those children who are finding it significantly challenging to meet objectives in line with their peer group. We endeavour to identify these children as early on as possible, so that additional support can be implemented quickly. Support is given either as an intervention outside of the classroom or by facilitating a child’s ability to access the learning with increasing independence as part of a small group or within the whole class.

In partnership with parents, we work together to identify future aspirations and agree outcomes needed to ensure a child makes sustained progress in their learning.

Information and an overview of our current SEND provision can be accessed using the following links:

 

Clarendon's Local Offer

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Equality & Accessibility Policy

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Equality Policy

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Equality Scheme

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SEN Information Report

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SEN Policy

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SEND 14 Provision Map

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Whole School Provision

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Our Special Needs Co-ordinator is Mrs Elizabeth Harrow.

'Doing our best to achieve our best'