Salisbury Road Primary School
We want our children to be proud of our school; have high self-esteem; become citizens who appreciate the diversity of their community and the wider world; be happy and fulfilled; have the attitude, skills and knowledge to become successful people.
To achieve this we must, as a school community:
- Ensure a safe, secure, inspirational environment
- Recognise, value and celebrate the uniqueness of each individual
- Provide positive role models as part of a positive school experience
- Deliver a broad, balanced, 'rich' curriculum
- Listen to one another
- Ofsted rating: Requires improvement See the report for the school
'Believe you can. Together we will.'
At Salisbury Road, we aim to achieve this by:
- creating a happy, stimulating, safe and secure school environment where children will be encouraged to reach their full potential
- developing our children's self-confidence, independence and understanding of themselves and others, so they can take responsibility for their own learning and behaviour
- delivering a broad and balanced curriculum to the highest standards
- ensuring all pupils feel valued and supported
- encouraging pupils to respect the beliefs and cultures of others and to recognise themselves as members of a diverse community
- promoting the expertise and professional development of all staff
- developing and building on existing links between the school, parents and the local community
- maintaining consistently high standards and expectations of learning, teaching and behaviour through positive relationships based on honesty, trust and respect
- providing an environment that ensures inclusion, fairness and equal opportunities and providing a value for money service within the limits of the annual budget.
The following staff at Salisbury Road can help to support your child appropriate to their needs:
- Your child's teacher, who will always make sure that learning is appropriate and accessible for your child.
- Teaching Assistants, who support all pupils in class and can provide additional support to individual children or small groups under the direction of the class teacher.
- Emotional Literacy Support Assistants (ELSA), who are specifically trained in this area and are able to offer support, in small groups or on a 1:1 basis, to children who may be having difficulty managing their feelings and/or getting on with their friends.
- Learning Mentors, who help to support children with a range of barriers to their learning.
- Our SENCO is experienced in this role. She attends all local training and updates and works closely with other SENCO in the local area. She also coordinates the provision of SEN in school.
Sometimes the school may assist in referrals to Specialist Support Services to work with identified children with a particular focus.
To ensure our staff have the skills and knowledge to support children with SEND, there is a programme of ongoing training both in school and elsewhere.
- Primary school - 5 to 11 years
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