All of our pupils are entitled to a broad, balanced curriculum, delivered in a relevant and differentiated manner, enabling progression and continuity.
We believe that the teaching and learning, achievements and well-being of every one matters. We foster an ethos in which positive attitudes to gender, equality, cultural diversity and special needs of all kinds are actively promoted.
Planning for individual children or groups of children is based on informed observation and assessment of learning. Teaching is responsive to different learning styles and takes account of diverse cultural backgrounds and linguistic needs. Teachers ensure that the classroom is an inclusive environment in which pupils feel that their contributions are valued.
Parents are fully involved in every stage of any SEN decisions and interventions that take place within school. Teachers, children and parents all share targets and review these on a termly basis (more if needed) to ensure everyone feels fully involved and valued in the process.
As a school we offer a wide range of intervention programmes to meet the needs of all pupils. These are delivered by highly trained teaching assistants and teachers who have the knowledge and capabilities to support all pupils within our school.
If parents wish to speak to a member of staff about Special Educational Needs provision please contact Mrs Darbey, the school SENCO.
To read our SEND Information Report 2023-24 click below:
SEND and Inclusion Information report 2023-24
To see Staffordshire’s Local Offer, please click HERE.
To see our SEND and Inclusion Policy click below:
SEND and Inclusion Policy 2023-24
2023-24 Perton Primary Academy Disabilty and Accessibility Plan