At Wesley Methodist Primary School we have a fully inclusive approach to the education, and involvement, of all children so that they can access, experience, and flourish within the whole curriculum. We believe that all children have a right to a broad, balanced and relevant education, which provides continuity and progression and takes individual differences into account. Therefore, school is strongly committed to ensuring that all children receive high quality first teaching, so they can reach their full potential, regardless of any additional challenges or barriers they may face.
As part of our inclusive strategy, children will be educated within their classroom for the majority of the lesson. However, some interventions, or precision teaching, may take place outside the classroom, in order to be further personalised. We aim to provide a curriculum that is appropriate to the needs and abilities of all our children. We plan our teaching and learning in such a way that we enable each child to reach for the highest level of personal achievement.
The four areas of SEND are identified in the Code of Practice as:
- Communication, language and interaction
- Cognition and learning
- Social, emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) development
- Sensory and Physical
The Special Educational Needs Code of Practice 2014 gives guidance to schools in meeting the needs of pupils. It sets out how help should be given in a step by step approach. As parent/carer, you will be consulted at all stages of this graduated approach (please see link below)and staff will inform you of the additional work they do with your child. The link below provides more information about the Bury Council's local offer to SEND:
Mrs Rohman leads and manages SEND provision and can be contacted via the school office: 0161 723 3416