Widey Court Primary School
Our vision is for all children to receive an outstanding education and to receive the very best teaching and support to be the best they can be.
- Our vision is for all children to aim high and aspire to achieve their personal best. To be committed to furthering their knowledge, skills and understanding in preparation for their future lives as global citizens
- Our vision is for all children to achieve and flourish. To have an unwavering desire to learn new things; to have enquiring minds, to be excited and engaged and develop positive learning habits for life.
- Our vision is for all children to be safe and secure. To be emotionally and socially articulate. To feel confident, to take risks and learn positively from their mistakes.
- Our vision is for all children to respect and value each other, their community and the opportunities open to them. To take responsibility for themselves and each other through their actions.
- Our vision is for all children to have a sense of pride and belonging. To show pride in themselves, their peers and for the local community they belong to and represent.
- Our vision is for all children to receive an outstanding education. To receive the very best teaching and support to be the best they can be.
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- Ofsted rating: Good See the report for the school
Each pupil's 'SEND' support plan will be written up by the class teacher using our school tracker system SPTO and monitored by the SENCO. It will be differentiated accordingly to suit the pupil's individual needs, setting and individual targets. A copy of the targets will be given to parents. This may include additional support by the teacher or teaching assistant in class or out of class, or the use of particular resources.
In addition, some children may require a specific intervention which will be regularly reviewed by all involved to ascertain the effectiveness of the provision and to inform future planning. Specific SEN interventions will be monitored through the IEP which is overseen by the school SENCO.
Specific short term 'catch-up' interventions for those children who do not necessarily need to be placed on the SEN register, are monitored by the class teacher and year leader through pupil progress meetings, which are outlined below.
Pupil Progress Meetings are held three times a year. These meetings provide an opportunity to rigorously analyse the progress of the children and are a useful way of highlighting any potential problems in order for further support to be planned.
- Primary school - 5 to 11 years
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