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WestlandsFirst School

Inclusion

Westlands First School works hard to be an inclusive school where all children feel a sense of belonging regardless of their physical or learning needs.  This may include children with physical, emotional, behavioural of learning difficulties, those who are particularly able or those for whom English is an additional language. 

Inclusion is not optional. It’s an essential part of better and more just societies.

Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education

We endorse this statement. Our objective is to ensure that through a whole school approach we address the barriers to learning.  We are committed to the process of inclusion and endeavour to provide full access to the National Curriculum for all. 

We will seek to identify differing needs and respond with appropriate teaching strategies in a differentiated and personalised curriculum through our Graduated Approach.

The Graduated Approach

Assess- Plan- Do- Review

Wave 1 (All, Universal) Quality First Teaching

Wave 2 (Some, Targeted) Differentiation STEPS- Monitoring

Wave 3 (Few, Specialised) Higher needs, significantly BELOW/ Specific barrier- SEN Register

 

In the case of special needs pupils the school has a statutory duty (July 2014) to publish its provision to parents.

Please find our SEN Information report, Special Needs Policy, EAL policy and the Broad Areas of Need documents below, or click on the Worcestershire County Local Offer for more information and guidance.

Furthermore, click on the links below for friendly help and advice.

Childrens Speech and Lanuage Therapy

For  any other queries or advice on Inclusion or SEND, please contact :

Mrs Claire Crabb SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator) via the School Office on 01905 772740

or email senco@westlands.worcs.sch.uk.