Special Educational Needs at Broadfield Community Primary School
We are a diverse school that is fortunate to welcome children and families from many different backgrounds. We believe that all of our children can reach for the stars and achieve their potential when the school community works and learns together. Learning at Broadfield is fun. We teach a broad and balanced curriculum filled with exciting lessons. We personalise learning so that every child can experience success. We also provide enrichment for all children through a range of educational visits, specialist teaching and we have a vast range of extra-curricular activities on offer. At Broadfield we nurture and support our children so that they can be the best versions of themselves. We know that when children are happy, they can focus on their learning and this is when they can achieve their very best. We have very high expectations of all the children. At Broadfield we believe that every teacher is a teacher of every child, including those with SEND.
Our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator is Mrs. Georgina Melling. She can be contacted by Telephone: 01706 647580 Email: email@example.com
Dedicated SEND time: Full-time SENDCo
We are committed to providing a fully accessible environment which values and includes all pupils, staff, parents and visitors regardless of their age, education, physical, sensory, social, spiritual, emotional and cultural needs. We are committed to challenging negative attitudes about disability and accessibility, and to developing a culture of awareness, tolerance and inclusion. Please read our Accessibility Plan below.
Our Aim- At Broadfield Community Primary School, we aim to increase learning, inclusion and participation and minimise exclusion for all learners by overcoming barriers to learning through Quality First Teaching - this is high quality teaching that is differentiated and personalised that meets the needs of the majority of children. All children, including those with SEND, have the right to and have access to an education that is broad, balanced, relevant and creative. We aim to raise the aspirations of and expectations for all pupils with SEND. We provide a focus on outcomes for our children rather than hours of support/provision. Please find attached below our SEND Policy and appendices.
SEN Information Report 2023-2024
Through the answers to the questions on the SEND Information link below, we hope that you find all the information that you need to inform you of how we support children with SEND at Broadfield. If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the SENDCo via telephone or email contact details above. Please click the link below to read specifically how Broadfield supports children with Special Educational Needs.
In addition, please find a summarised version in our Broadfield - SEND Local Offer Document to help parents understand what specifically we can do to support children with additional needs.
Multi-agency guidance for safer working practice for adults who work with children and young people in the Rochdale Borough
It is important that all adults working with children and young people in the Rochdale borough understand that the nature of their work and the responsibilities related to it, place them in a position of trust. This practice guidance provides clear advice on appropriate and safe behaviours for all adults working with children in paid or unpaid capacities, in all settings and in all contexts. This document is shared with all staff and volunteers and is accessible to parents here;