We believe every learner is entitled to a curriculum rich and varied, challenging and inspiring, which enables every individual to fulfil his or her potential to the highest possible standard; so that, for the benefit of all, they are able to shape their destinies and a better world.
We strive to create a caring community in which all individuals, regardless of ability, race or religion, feel safe, valued and respected and where through encouragement true potential is recognised and developed.
- To promote inclusion
- To have regard for Special Educational Needs & Disability Code of Practice (June 2014)
To take account of the Disability Discrimination Act 2006
- To provide effective procedures for the identification, assessment, provision and review of vulnerable pupils including those with Special Educational Needs, Looked after Children, Ethnic, Free School Meals and those with English as an alternative language
- To ensure appropriate consultation and dissemination of information to pupils, parents, staff and relevant outside agencies and support services
Please use the link below for further information from Thurrock Council
If you have any questions or concerns regarding SEN Provision please check the documents below or contact the school if your question still remains unanswered.