The ‘Togetherness’ of our school logo is central to our fully inclusive vision of a high quality education for ALL children regardless of their different starting points and any Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities that they may have.
Our approach to ‘Quality First Teaching’ ensures that the learning needs of all children are met through different and personalised learning experiences that may include support and/or challenge through the use of different resources, activities, adult support, or outcomes. Where children may require support in addition to that provided by the class teacher, they will be assessed to establish the best course of action to secure success. This may involve the intervention of a ‘Learning Supervisor’ and the provision of a personalised programme, or the expertise of a specialist such as the SEND Services Advisor, Educational Psychologist, etc. Whatever course of action is taken, this will be carried out after consultations with the child/ren and their parents/carers and will be recorded in an ‘Individual Education Plan’ or ‘Education Healthcare Plan.’
Our SEND Report below is designed to provide you with additional information about SEND Support at Chesterton Primary School. However, in the event that you have any additional questions you may consult Staffordshire County Council’s ‘Local Offer’ by clicking on the hyperlink below. Or alternatively, make an appointment with your child’s class teacher, the Inclusion Leader or Mr Hankey.