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SEND or Supporting pupils with additional needs

Our Vision

 

At Mesne Lea Primary School, we have high expectations of all children, staff and parents. By working and learning together, we are confident that the children will grow, learn, and flourish into confident young adults equipped to face the challenges of the future. We are committed to offering an inclusive ethos to ensure that all children fulfill their potential whatever their individual needs and abilities may be.

 

In keeping with our inclusive ethos, we will ensure that all children fulfil their potential through a robust policy of Assess, Plan, Do, Review. This allows children to receive a bespoke curriculum which wholeheartedly embraces personalised learning and support. All teaching builds on what the children already know, can do and understand. We will strive to respond to learners in ways which consider their varied life experiences and needs within class wherever possible. This support may take the from of a teacher or teaching assistant on a 1:1 or small group basis. It may also take the form of differentiated or hands on tasks. Our Curriculum incorporates both the Academic and the Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs of all our children. We aim to ensure that children’s individual strengths and talents are recognised and celebrated in all areas of school.

 

As a Dyslexia Friendly School our teachers employ a range of strategies to support all learners, developing different learning styles. We are also currently striving to gain Emotionally Friendly School’s status in the coming year. We look forward to further involving yourselves as parents and developing/establishing Parent Forum for our SEN/D children.

 

 

Our SEND pupils say:


“The teachers make learning very fun and interesting”.

“This is a happy school. The children are nice to me”.

“I feel happy and safe all the time at school”.

SENDCo

 

Mrs Dougill 
Email: kathryn.dougill@salford.gov.uk

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