High Ercall Primary School

How do we help our pupils to access learning at our school?


To ensure accessibility and inclusion for all our pupils the following resources/support could be used:

- Wide doorways to allow wheelchair access throughout school

- Wheelchair access ramps to the Victorian Building

- Accessible toilets in both school buildings

- Adapted children’s toilet cubicle to allow personal care to be given discreetly

- Special dietary requirements catered for by the school catering service

- Playground buddy system to encourage social inclusion

- Individual risk assessments to ensure pupil safety

- After school clubs available to all pupils and pupils are prioritised to support additional needs     

- Pastoral lunchtime support club to promote inclusion and social support on the playground 

- Use of TAs to support   


Additional Services and Agencies we use to support children and teaching and learning:

- Educational Psychologist - Local Authority bought in service

- Learning Support Advisory Teacher - Local Authority bought in service

- Speech and Language Therapy - referral through to the NHS service

- Occupational Therapy - referral through to the NHS service

- Sensory Inclusion Service - referral through to the NHS service

- BeeU / CAMHS - referral through the Local Authority Emotional Health and Wellbeing Panel

- Inclusion support funding - referral through to the Local Authority panel

- Local Authority SEND department

- SENCO network support group - within the Local Authority

- Specialist Leader in SEND - bought in service through the Severn Teaching Alliance using local experts

- BEAM - universal service offered to parents to support with emotional health and parenting needs

- Family Connect - universal hub as a point of access for a local directory of services


To access the local area Telford and Wrekin SEND offer page see the link below:

- https://www.telfordsend.org.uk/site/index.php


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