At Whiteparish All Saints Primary School, we believe in providing a curriculum appropriate to the needs of all children in an environment where they feel safe, valued and equipped to continue their learning journey. We work in a close partnership with parents and carers, valuing the active role they have in their child’s education.
At some time in their learning journey, children may require support which is different from or additional to that normally available to pupils in their class. To ensure that every child is making progress in all areas of development (for example academic, physical and social development), we use a range of additional strategies within and beyond the classroom to enhance learning. Examples of strategies include time limited and carefully monitored interventions in a specific area, for example fine motor skills, number bonds or spelling. For some children, we use outside support, for example music therapy, or life skills lessons in the community.
At Whiteparish All Saints Primary School, we are very fortunate to have close links with our feeder pre-schools and our local secondary schools. We also have regular support from Wiltshire Educational Psychology Teams, Speech and Language therapists and the Wiltshire Specialist Special Education Needs Service. If we feel that one of these services would support us in helping your child make progress in their area of need, then we will work with you as parents to request this support.
The following documents provide further information about inclusion at our school. If you have any questions, please contact the school directly on 01704 884 420 and ask to speak to our SENCo, Rebecca Ketteringham or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In line with the SEN Code of Practice 2014, please also find the link to the Wiltshire Local Offer for children and young people with SEND: https://localoffer.wiltshire.gov.uk/ .
Our SEND Information Report outlines current special needs provision and practice at Whiteparish All Saints Primary.
Wiltshire Parent Carer Council (advice for parents who live in Wiltshire and who have children with Special Educational Needs)
Telephone: 08457 585072
British Dyslexia Association www.bdadyslexia.org.uk
The National Autistic Society www.autism.org.uk
The Dyspraxia Foundation www.dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk