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Inclusion at Heyes Lane

(Please note we are currently in the process of completing our Inclusion page)

At Heyes Lane, we strive to be a fully inclusive school, where all members of our school community feel supported, respected, valued and seen for who they are as individuals. We believe every child is unique and brings with them their own strengths, qualities and experiences that should be recognised, celebrated and supported.

We intentionally plan for the achievement and personal growth of all our children so that they progress and achieve their best possible outcomes. Through our high-quality first teaching and inclusive approach, all children access our immersive, creative and collaborative curriculum. This enables them to grow into resilient, caring, active citizens who are confident and secure in themselves and ready for the next stage in their education journey.

  • What does inclusion look like at Heyes Lane?
  • Culture of Achievement
  • How we do it
  • Friendships and partnerships
  • Our Team
  • The Hub
  • SEND

What does inclusion look at Heyes Lane?

Culture of Achievement

How we do it

Friendships and partnerships

Our Team

The Hub

SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability)

 

We believe every child is unique and brings their own strengths, experiences and qualities with them to our school community.  We believe these should be recognised, celebrated and supported. 

 

At Heyes Lane, we strive to be a fully inclusive school.  Our school community shares a belief in equality for all pupils and staff in line with the Equalities Act 2010.  We believe inclusion is a sense of belonging, feeling respected, valued and seen for who we are as individuals.  We aim to create a level of supportive energy and commitment from everyone for everyone and where we intentionally plan for the success of all our pupils.  Our staff are fully committed to enabling all our pupils to reach their full potential irrespective of their gender, age, ethnicity, religion, ability and social background through our creative, engaging and immersive curriculum, with regard to the National Curriculum guidelines 2014. 

 

Click on the links below to find out more information about a specific area of SEND and the provision we have on offer for our pupils.  Our SEN Information Report gives an overview of our approach to SEND at Heyes Lane while our SEND and Inclusion policy provides more detailed information. 

 

I look forward to working in partnership with you to ensure your child is happy, engaged and fully supported during their time at Heyes Lane and invite you to make an appointment with me, via the school office, if you have any questions about our SEND provision or how we can best support your child.

 

Mrs Sharon Meacock

SENCo

 

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