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Westdene is proud of our inclusive school and we work hard to support children with a range of needs including learning difficulties, physical disabilities and emotional or behavioural problems. 

We recognise that the children with special educational needs require the greatest possible access to a broad and balanced curriculum and additional interventions are planned and delivered based on a child’s needs. SEN are identified and assessed as early as possible with class teachers carefully monitoring children’s progress. Any concerns will be shared with parents at an early stage. Interventions are planned and monitored on an ongoing cycle.

For some children, advice may be sought from the support services working alongside our school; such as the Educational Psychologist. This is done in full consultation with the parents. Strategies and recommendations will be put into place through an individual action plan which is reviewed alongside parents.

 

ACCESS FOR THOSE WITH DISABILITIES

There is an open policy of admission to all pupils with any form of disability within the physical restriction of safety within the school. The school is accessible throughout.

 

ENGLISH AS AN ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE (EAL)

We welcome and celebrate the diversity that children from different cultures and countries bring to the school. Those with English as an additional language may be supported by the Ethnic Minority Achievement Service, with whom we work closely.

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