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In our diverse school community, we celebrate individuals of all backgrounds, identities, and abilities. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment where every child, adult, and family member feels valued, respected, and supported. Through mutual understanding, empathy, and collaboration, we strive to create a culture of belonging where everyone can thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. Together, we recognise the strength in our differences and the power of unity in achieving our collective goals.

Values & Principles
  • Everyone has a right to be safe
  • Everyone has a right to learn
  • Everyone has a right to enjoy being at school
  • Everyone has a right to be treated with fairness and respect

These principles underpin the high expectations we have for the way we treat each other and conduct ourselves. We value, respect and celebrate behaviours that enable all to be happy, to learn and to be treated fairly and respectfully. We expect adult behaviours to model; kindness, care and high challenge, and place high value on mutually respectful, supportive relationships.

We work in partnership as a staff, with pupils and families to advocate positive behaviours. We challenge and address behaviours that compromise these values. We emphasise the value of
relationships, and reflection to support behaviour modification. We work in partnership as a staff,
with pupils and families to challenge and address behaviours that compromise our ethos. We plan
effectively so that social, emotional and academic learning is recognised and planned for within the
classroom, during transitions and learning outside the classroom

Our whole school community will consistently promote our expectations, ethos and values.

● All adults in the school community will provide children with positive role models.
● Programmes of PSHE, (Personal, Social and Health Education) are used to provide rich
opportunities, which are part of all areas of school life and learning.
● Children to acknowledge their actions in age-appropriate ways - taking responsibility for
● When a need is identified, an individual programme of support is planned for in consultation with
all staff, the parents and the child and reviewed regularly.
● For those children with identified SEN, appropriate scaffolded support is in place to ensure that
they can manage within boundaries appropriate to them.
● Supporting children appropriately may require adults to be flexible with regards to any additional
needs or home circumstances impacting on the child.

● Supporting children appropriately may require adults to develop and employ new skills.
● Staff will ensure that children consistently know explicitly what behaviour is expected in different
● The consequences for appropriate and inappropriate behaviour choices to be agreed and known
to all involved. These should take into account the level of emotional development of the individual
● We recognise and reward positive behaviour, challenge inappropriate behaviour and set
achievable targets for development

Meet the Team

Miss Davis– Designated Teacher for Looked After Children and Designated Safeguarding Lead
Mrs Beech – SENDCo and Deputy safeguarding lead
Mrs Geary – Assistant headteacher of Inclusion
Mrs Smedley - Pastoral lead
Miss Joy - Pastoral Assistant (Junior)
Mrs Geroge - Pastoral Assistant (Infant)

Who has the support of our Inclusion and Pastoral Team?

Working closely with our school leadership team the Inclusion team overviews the Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) Provision for children with the school. Mrs Smedley, Miss Joins and Mrs George work directly with year group teams to support children in and out of the classroom.

Parents & carers

Our Inclusion Team is here to assist families in navigating the various resources and services available to support a family’s unique needs. Whether you require assistance with educational, emotional, or practical matters, our experienced team can provide valuable guidance and signpost you to the appropriate avenues of help.

We understand that every family is different, and we are committed to ensuring you have access to the
support you require. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us for guidance and support tailored to your specific circumstances.