Documents published on this website can be made available as paper copies upon request, free of charge.
Please ask at the School Office for further information.
The latest School Prospectus is available for download below.
A range of School Policies is available for download below. If there is a policy which you would like to consult but is not currently listed, please ask at the School Office.
- Accessibility Policy November 2016
- Behaviour Policy June 2017
- Bullying Policy November 2016
- Charges and Remissions Policy June 2017
- Child Protection Policy (December 2016) (PDF)
- Complaints Procedure Policy June 2017
- Disability Equality Policy June 2017
- Equality Objectives Statement 2017
- Equality Policy June 2017
- Inclusion Policy June 2017
- Safeguarding Policy 2017-2018
- Safer Recruitment
- SEND Policy June 2017
- Uniform Policy June 2017
SEND Information Report
The aims of our policy and practice in relation to special educational need and disability St Oswald’s are:
• To make reasonable adjustments for those with a disability by taking action to increase access to the curriculum, the environment and to printed information for all.
• To ensure that children and young people with SEN engage in the activities of the school alongside pupils who do not have SEN.
• To reduce barriers to progress by embedding the principles in the National Curriculum Inclusion statement https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/national-curriculum
• To use our best endeavours to secure special educational provision for pupils for whom this is required, that is “additional to and different from” that provided within the differentiated curriculum, to better respond to the four broad areas of need:
- Communication and interaction,
- Cognition and learning,
- Social, mental and emotional health,
• To request, monitor and respond to parent/carers’ and pupils’ views in order to evidence high levels of confidence and partnership.
• To ensure a high level of staff expertise to meet pupil need, through well-targeted continuing professional development.
• To support pupils with medical conditions to achieve full inclusion in all school activities by ensuring consultation with health and social care professionals in order to meet the medical needs of pupils.
• To work in cooperative and productive partnership with the Local Authority and other outside agencies, to ensure there is a multi-professional approach to meeting the needs of all vulnerable learners.
Please find below our report that outlines the support for SEN that you can expect from us at St Oswald’s