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Our vision: Inspire self-belief, instil moral values and ignite a love for life-long learning.

Impact of SEND Provision

Our SEND Coordinator is Miss S Lockett 

 

slockett@towngateacademy.co.uk

01924 302865 

 

 

Towngate Primary Academy's contribuation to the local offer with Wakefield Local Authority: 

 

At Towngate Primary Academy we provide teaching and learning which enables all children to gain access to a broad, balanced and appropriately differentiated curriculum. We strongly believe in the role of Quality First Teaching and Curriculum Entitlement for all children.

Our aim is to ensure all children are supported in order that they may work confidently towards reaching their full potential. The Principles of the SEN Code of Practice 2014 set out the following guidance:

  • - A child with special educational needs should have their educational needs met
  • - The views of the child should be sought and taken into account during any decision making
  • - The early identification of children’s needs and intervention to be put into place to support them
  • - A greater choice and control for young people and parent’s support
  • - Collaboration between Education Health and Social Care services to provide support
  • - High quality provision to meet the needs of children with SEN
  • - Become confident young children with a growing ability to communicate their own views and ready to make the transition into compulsory education
  • - To become confident individuals living fulfilling lives

 

At Towngate we pay close regard is paid to the three key principles of inclusive education:

  • - Setting suitable learning challenges
  • - Responding to pupils’ diverse learning needs
  • - Overcoming potential barriers to learning and assessment for individuals and groups of pupils
  • - Towngate Primary Academy is an inclusive school and may offer the following range of provision to support children with SEND.

 

Access to a supportive environment – ICT facilities/equipment/resources

  • All resources are available to the children and are labelled appropriately. The children are encouraged to access them during their lesson activity and once they have completed the task they learn how to tidy away.
  • Resources are up‚Äźdated regularly.
  • Resources are adapted to meet the needs of all children, including those with Visual Impairment.
  • We are currently developing our whole school approach to outdoor learning, supporting all areas of the National Curriculum.

 

 

 


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