Inclusive education means supporting all pupils to learn, contribute and participate in all aspects of school life alongside their peers. Our curriculum includes, not only the formal requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum / National Curriculum, but also a range of additional opportunities to enrich the experiences of all pupils.
The Curriculum also included the social aspects that are essential for lifelong learning, personal growth and development of independence.
Your child will be assessed against age related expectations for children who are working on the National Curriculum, or they may be assessed against other measures for the children who are not ready to work on National Curriculum Levels. Targets are set for all of the children to ensure that they all make good progress, including those not ready to access the National Curriculum.
The outcomes of all assessments are shared with parents and carers through short note or support plan reviews. The end of year levels are published on the child’s individual school report. If any other agencies are invited to work with your child, you will be invited to attend a meeting where the outcomes of these assessments and their next steps will be shared with you. If parents have any concerns, then these can be shared with the class teacher and or the SENCo who will arrange a meeting to discuss and resolve any difficulties.