High View Primary School
High View is an exciting place to learn and grow, where everyone is valued for who they are.
We want all of our children to feel safe and well supported, no matter what challenges they may face.
Learning at High View is interesting and exciting, with an ethos rooted in mutual respect and tolerance. Children come to school with a positive attitude, are kind to one another and are eager to learn.
At High View, we endeavour to build upon our success as a National Teaching School and National Support School. We constantly strive to improve what we do in order to provide your children with the means to be the best they can be. We listen carefully to the opinions of children, parents, staff, Governors, partner schools and agencies and these partnerships help make High View a great school to be in.
- Ofsted rating: Unknown See the report for the school
Each child, regardless of their need, has a personalisation plan at High View School. If you have any concerns regarding your child, please speak to the class teacher in first instance.
When a teacher or a parent has raised concerns about your child's progress, and targeted teaching has not met the child's needs, the teacher must raise this with the Inclusion Co-ordinator (INCo) and our Parent Support Advisor (PSA). If your child is then identified as not making progress, the school will set up a meeting to discuss this with you in more details in order to:
- Listen to any concerns you may have
- Plan any additional support your child may receive in school and at home
- Discuss with you any referrals to outside professionals to support your child's learning and development
- Primary school - 5 to 11 years
- Three / four year old funded
- Two year old funded
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