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Collective Worship and RE ‘‘

Pupils of all abilities, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities and the more able pupils, achieve well from their starting points. Ofsted 2010

Collective worship is for all pupils and staff. It forms either all or a small part of an assembly. It has the potential to unite the whole school membership to help develop a sense of community. Collective worship is part of the school’s contribution to promoting the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of every child. It is a time to celebrate the worth and value of all in the school community. We help children gain an understanding of the influence of beliefs, values and traditions on the way people live so that they can have reasoned and informed attitudes to religious and moral issues and show positive attitudes towards others as they live in a religiously diverse society.

Special Educational Needs (SEN) and English as a second Language (EAL)

Every child is valued and each child’s rich diversity is celebrated. SEN and EAL children and parents have a valued contribution to make to the school with clear procedures in place, to develop and support their needs. SEN and EAL Teaching Assistants support development and work towards promoting independence. Plans are drawn up to address individual needs by the SENCO (Special Needs Co-Ordinator) and the EAL leader who organise appropriate assessments, programmes and adjustments where required. Plans are always shared with parents to gain further information and ensure partnership working.

High Ability Children

All teachers ensure that everyday planning involves challenge for high ability children through offering a wider tailored curriculum, in conjunction with next step teaching. There are many enrichment activities to extend and nurture more able children in all subjects such as Mental Maths group, Clubs (both after school and at lunch times), Able Writers challenges etc. We have links with the our local secondary school, Sutton Grammar, whose pupils come in to role model positive learning behaviour and support all learners.

Health and Safety

There is a Premises Leader and a Site Manager who ensures the site is safe and secure. Appropriate policies and risk assessments are in place and reviewed regularly.

Enjoying Learning


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