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At Balliol we believe in an aspirational curriculum, which offers all children memorable experiences within an exciting, challenging and creative environment alongside effective teaching of key skills for life and learning.
School’s Mission statement
• To seek excellence in all that we attempt, setting high standards and targets to ensure that all of our children reach their potential.
• To offer a rich meaningful curriculum which provides memorable learning experiences
• To promote learning and high aspiration through the positive ethos of the school.
• To provide a secure environment where children feel valued and where their choices and beliefs are respected.
• To support and extend pupils' learning opportunities.
• To work with our local community to enrich and enhance the lives of all who come into contact with our school.
• To encourage independence whilst appreciating the needs of others. To actively seek to do the right thing, to be a good friend and to leave our school with a well developed set of personal values.
SEN Mission Statement:
Bedford Road Primary School is an inclusive school.
Every teacher is a teacher of every child regardless of SEND.
We aim to adapt provision to raise the aspirations of and expectations for all pupils including those with SEND, providing a focus on positive outcomes for children.
At Elstow School we believe that it is every child’s right to achieve his/her full potential regardless of ability, gender, race or socio-economic circumstance. We recognise that although the majority of children should achieve this through the normal differentiated curriculum, there are some children whose learning or behaviour requires special provision.
‘To develop a learning environment that will maximise the progress of all, including vulnerable children and the most able.’
• to promote an open and supportive partnership with children, parents, staff, governors and the community and through that partnership endeavour to raise standards and remain a focal point of the community.
• to provide a positive and challenging environment in which all children are valued and educated according to their needs and potential.
• to create a happy, caring and secure atmosphere that will foster in each child independence, self discipline and a responsible and sensitive attitude towards life.
• to provide good quality resources and a stimulating environment in which children are encouraged to have enquiring minds and are challenged through their work and play.
• to encourage mutual respect, confidence and co-operation and teach children to work together, to show consideration for each other, people of all cultures and the world around them.
• to take advantage of change and be recognised by all as an innovative school in the creation and adaptation of new ideas, best practices and processes.
Sarah is a qualified special needs teacher and for the last five years has been studying Animal Assisted Therapy. The Society for Companion Animal Studies explains that Animal Assisted Therapy is facilitated by health service professionals; such as therapists, teachers and nurses. AAT is goal-directed. There are a range of focus areas that can be developed with the use of AAT including, physical, social, emotional and mental health. Animal assisted therapists formally plan and monitor sessions. Goals are discussed with key professionals and/or parents (these can be linked to EHCPlans) and individual plans are designed. Detailed feedback is provided. These sessions last an hour and usually range from 6-12 sessions, depending on the client’s needs.
Sarah has taken part in rigorous training, by a leader in the field, Dr Risë VanFleet and is now a Certified Professional Practitioner in Animal Assisted Play Therapy™, one of few in the UK.
The Children and Families Act 2014 requires governing bodies or the proprietors of schools to publish and keep information on their website about the implementation of their policy for pupils with SEN. This SEN information report is kept under review and updated annually.
Pinchmill Lower School works closely with Bedford Borough Council and our school community to ensure that all pupils, regardless of their specific needs, make the best possible progress in school.
We aim to be as inclusive as possible, pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities have their needs met in our mainstream setting wherever possible.
The four broad ‘areas of need’ are Communication and Interaction, Cognition and Learning, Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties, and Sensory and Physical Needs.
At Pinchmill Lower School, we celebrate and value every child as an individual, therefore the educational needs of every child are different; particularly for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
We are committed to working together with all members of our school community. Our local offer has been produced with pupils, parents/carers, governors, and members of staff.
We would welcome your feedback and comments on our offer, so please do contact us, details are on our website, with the SENDCO contact details above.
Shortstown Primary School is an inclusive school which has a positive impact on children’s lifelong learning and achievement through high expectations in a creative and motivating environment.
We aim to provide an exceptional quality of education and a safe and happy learning environment to develop the full potential of every child through a caring Christian ethos which will enable them to make a positive contribution to the global community.
We are a caring, Christian school where we show respect and take responsibility for each other so that we all feel safe and happy. We enjoy working hard and finding out about the world so that when we grow up we can help to make our world a better place.
Our shared vision is to provide a happy and stimulating learning environment where all children thrive and will recognise and achieve their full potential, so that they can become good citizens of the future.
… a friendly, caring place where children and adults feel they make a contribution and are valued as individuals.
… a safe place with good behaviour and values, where children learn respect for themselves and others.
…a place where children develop a love of learning inspired by quality teaching that builds upon strengths and talents.
… a partnership between children, parents, staff, governors, other schools and the community as a whole.