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SEN and Equality

 

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities at

Our Lady of Grace Catholic Junior School.

 

Our Lady of Grace Catholic Junior School is a fully inclusive school that ensures that all pupils achieve their personal, social, emotional and academic potential in all areas of the curriculum (regardless of their gender, ethnicity, social background, religion, sexual identity, physical ability or educational needs). All pupils at the school are valued and we work hard to ensure that their confidence and belief in themselves is developed through different aspects of school life. This school's SEND Information Report (see below) is a guide to how Our Lady of Grace Catholic Junior School will address the needs of children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Disabilities. It has been written to help parents/carers understand how we will support all our children, including those with SEN and disabilities, to make the best possible progress in school.  The information report is updated annually.  It should be read in conjunction with our Inclusion Policy and the local offer from Brent (which are also found below).  Should you have any questions about what we can offer SEND children within the school or about our policy or if  you would like to discuss your child's needs in more detail please contact your child's teacher or our SENCO Mrs Hart who can be contacted via the school office.

Guide to anxiety in children for parents

Equalities at

Our Lady of Grace Catholic Junior School.

 

Our Lady of Grace Catholic Junior School is committed to the advancement of equality of opportunities for all members of the school community. The governing body and school staff aim to ensure that no employee, job applicant, parent, pupil or other member of the school community is treated less favourably than anyone else.

 

The school holds the fundamental belief that every individual, whatever their race, culture, sexual orientation, gender or ability, should have equal access to the opportunities available in school.

 

We believe in creating an atmosphere where each member feels equally valued and secure and any behaviour which devalues any child or adult for reasons of race, ethnicity, culture, gender or ability, will create unhappiness and insecurity and will deny this equal access. Such behaviour is therefore unacceptable in this school.

 

The school is concerned with all pupils' access to the curriculum and the recruitment and opportunity of all staff.

 

Below, you will find our school accessibility plan, our equalities objectives and the document outlining how we are complying with the Public Sector Equality Duty of 2011.

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