At Meadowbank we pride ourselves on being inclusive. We recognise each child as being an individual and value their uniqueness, including those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Teaching and learning styles are adapted to ensure positive outcomes for children as we provide universal, targeted and individualised support in response to the needs of each and every learner. Whole school provision maps for the four areas of SEND are embedded in our provision and practice.
We celebrate, respect, and value difference and recognise the individual strengths of every child. We acknowledge disadvantages which children and families may face in relation to disability, ethnicity, gender, religion, belief or faith, and sexual orientation, and endeavour to enable every child to Flourish and Inspire.
We are extremely proud that this was recognised during our Inclusion Quality Mark (IQM) Assessment in July 2017, as we were awarded the reaccreditation with Ambassador Status, for "exemplary practice in relation to pupils' personal and social development, including their sense of well-being and mental health."
We aim to work together with children and families in order to ensure that children with SEND are identified quickly and supported appropriately with regular reviews to meet their on-going needs. Staff receive high quality information and training and we also work in partnership with services provided by the local authority in order to do this.
The following documents will give you more information in relation to SEND. If you have any concerns or wish to discuss SEND at our school, please do not hesitate to contact our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator, Miss Megram on 0161 428 6286.
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