SEND and Inclusion

“At Staple Hill we embrace the fact that every child is different and, therefore, the educational needs of every child are different.”

Staple Hill Primary School is an inclusive community. We aim to help all children to succeed and to remove any barriers to learning.

We receive Pupil Premium funding to make sure that those children who are eligible for Free School Meals achieve at least as well as all other children. Details of how we use the Pupil Premium to help children can be found here.

All children who apply to Staple Hill are admitted without prejudice and in accordance with the LA arrangements for providing placements for children with SEN.

Our new school has been built to allow children and carers with disabilities to access all areas of the school. Access points to the school building are on flat surfaces with wide doorways. There is a lift to reach the first floor. There are disabled toilet facilities on both the ground and the first floor.

The school has an accessibility plan, a copy of which can be viewed here or obtained from the school office .

The Special Educational Needs policy can also be viewed here or obtained from the school office.

If any parent/carer, or any other person involved directly with the school require any specifice service in order to receive information in any format, Staple Hill School will endeavour to meet these needs wherever possible.

There is a dual language welcome booklet available in many languages. If you require this, or know someone who would benefit from this facility, please contact the school office

Staple Hill SEND and Inclusion Report for Governors

SENCO Governor Report July 2016 – Please Download

Printed copies of all documents are available from the school office on request.

SEND at Staple Hill School  (a Parent/Carer Guide)

For full details of what we offer for children with special educational needs and disabilities please read our  SEND Information Booklet updated May 2017