Greenhead CofE Primary School

For more information on childcare contact the Families Information Service on 0800 023 4440

The school signposts to a range of out of school activities. The school has information on activities available within (the local partnership of schools and) the local community. For further information contact the school or view the school website.

The school, working closely with other services, has a focus on and clear processes to support:
- preventative strategies
- early identification
- support
- intervention
for children/young people with additional needs and at risk of poor outcomes. This includes thosae with behavioural, emotional, health or other difficulties.

The school provides access to parenting programmes and family learning sessions. For further information contact the school or the Partnership Parent Support Partner, Janet Nicholson on 07895174184l. For information about nationally and locally available sources of information, advice and support, contact Families Information Service on Freephone 0800 023 4440

The school offers access to a range of its facilities for use by the wider community. The school has information about facilities available to the community within the locality. The school has information about adult learning programmes within the locality.

For further information - www.greenhead.northumberland.sch.uk

Who to contact

Telephone
06977 47347
E-mail
Admin@greenhead.northumberland.sch.uk
Website
www.greenhead.northumberland.sch.uk

Where to go

Name
Greenhead C of E School
Address
Greenhead
Brampton
Cumbria
Postcode
CA8 7HB

Local Offer

Local Offer Description

Greenhead CE Primary School, Greenhead, Brampton, Cumbria, CA8 7HB

Miss Judith Reay B.Ed, MA—Head Teacher

Telephone: (016977) 47347

email: admin@greenhead.northumberland.sch.uk

Local Offer

SCHOOL NAME:

Greenhead CE Primary School

 

TYPE OF SCHOOL:

Mainstream

Primary

Age range 4 – 11 years

Mixed

 

ACCESSIBILITY:

Wheelchair accessible

Access from all entrances

CORE OFFER:

Are you currently able to deliver your core offer consistently over all areas of your school?

YES

POLICIES:

Are the school policies available on the website for:

SEN

YES

SAFEGUARDING

YES

BEHAVIOUR

YES

EQUALITY & DIVERSITY

YES

Are you aware/familiar with the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and the Equality Act 2010?

YES

RANGE OF PROVISION:

Please indicate what your school has to offer (over and above your core offer) in each of the following areas:

Areas of strength

Skilled and experienced staff and high adult:child ratios

Specialist Facilities/Equipment to support SEND

Disabled toilet facilities.

Large teaching areas and wide range of resources to support learning. 

Input from Therapists/Advisory Teachers/other specialist support services

Access to Speech and Language, Behaviour Support, ASD Support through LA.

Close links with other agencies through LIST [Local Inclusion Support Team].

Access to medical support via School Health Service and NHS [CAMHS/CYPS].

Breakfast and After School support

No Breakfast or After School daily provision due to school transport arrangements.

After school clubs provided in school and across the wider West Tyne Federation. 

INCLUSION:

How do you promote inclusion within the school? Including day and residential trips?

All children have access to all activities and all trips, adaptations may be made with certain activities and lessons where appropriate.

What proportion of children currently at the school have an SEND?

15%

PARENT SUPPORT

INVOLVEMENT/LIAISON:

How do you involve/support the parents of children/YP with an SEND regarding and meeting their needs. How do you communicate their progress and areas of difficulty?

Open days/taster sessions for new pupils and for existing parents to view school in action and children’s work.

Parent consultations each term.

Annual reports for all children.

Home –School diary for all daily communications.

Weekly school newsletter sent home via hard copy or email.

SEN review meetings held termly.

Agency meetings where appropriate.

Regular staff training with LIST/other agencies.

LIST led information sessions for parents.

How will school prepare children with SEND to join their next setting/college/stage of education or life?

Regular transition activities are held throughout every child’s learning journey to ensure smooth access into each phase of their education, from Nursery into Reception and from KS2 into KS3, but also from each class within our school.

 

OTHER INFORMATION:

What else do you think parents carers would like to know about your school?

Our high staff:child ratio enables school to deliver high quality provision for every child within our school.

Personalised learning programs are planned for every child ensuring that all needs are catered for and met.

The following intervention programs are used within our school:

Small group tuition with a teacher.

Small group tuition with a Higher Level Teaching Assistant/Teaching Assistant.

Read Write Inc – children taught in appropriate ability groups.

Numeracy taught in small appropriate ability groups.

One to one sessions where and when appropriate with a Higher Lever Teaching Assistant/Teaching Assistant.

 

COMPLETED BY:

(Name and position)

 

Judith Reay

SENCO & Headteacher

DATE COMPLETED:

July 2014

REVIEW DUE:

July 2015

 

 

 

 

 

Local Offer Age Bands
Primary (4-10 years)
Early Years (0-4 years)

Last updated on: 31/03/2015

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