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Special Educational Needs and Disability

Mrs Sophie Pullen, our SENCO, is contactable through the school office on 01473 825120 or admin@beaumontschool.suffolk.sch.uk

All children follow the broad and balanced curriculum of the School, which is designed to enable them to make as much progress as possible. The educational requirements of those pupils identified as having special educational needs are met as far as possible by the class teachers who will, if need be, ask the Advisory Teacher for Learning Support. Our first priority is to promote maximum development of every child's capabilities and personality to enable him or her to participate fully in the normal school curriculum. Children with special needs concerning high achievement will have their work tailored to meet their specific needs. A full copy of the School's Special Educational Needs Policy can be obtained from the School Office.

SEND Local Offer

 

The local offer provides information on what services children, young people and their families can expect from local agencies, including education, health and social care.

 

The local offer provides information on a number of things, including:

· special educational provision

· health provision

· social care provision

· other educational provision

· training provision

· travel arrangements for children & young people to schools, colleges and early years education

· preparing for adulthood, including housing, employment and leisure opportunities

 

Linked below is the Suffolk County Council Local website where you can find out more:

http://infolink.suffolk.gov.uk/kb5/suffolk/infolink/localoffer.page

Equality

 

Beaumont Community Primary School is committed to ensuring equality of provision throughout the school community. To achieve this, our equality objectives are as follows:

 

  • To establish effective systems to communicate the school's equality duties
  • To ensure that all pupils make progress including vulnerable groups
  • To ensure that there are sufficient opportunities within the school curriculum to address equalities issues
  • To continue to ensure that displays are reflective of the school community
  • To monitor bullying and harassment of pupils and staff by race, disability and gender, and if this information used to make a difference to the experience of other pupils
  • To ensure that all pupils are given similar opportunities with regards to clubs
  • To allow equal access to information for all parents < >To ensure the school environment is as accessible as possible to pupils, staff and visitors to the schoolYou can view our Equality Policy, Equality Action Plan & Disability Access Plan below:

 

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