Following the St Peter’s Spirit we give our children, including those with SEN, the skills that will enable them to be fully included in the community of the school.
We aim to enable all our children to have access to as broad and balanced a curriculum as possible. Work in all subject areas is differentiated to enable all children to succeed and make progress from their own starting point. As a school we believe, God created every child as an individual with their own talents, gifts and needs.
Children and adults alike value each other, whatever their abilities or disabilities. All children can learn from one another and are valued, regardless of ability or disability.
All members of the teaching staff consider themselves to be Special Needs Teachers.
Following the St Peter’s spirit makes our school a happy, friendly and successful place to be.
The SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator) will help and advise school staff on catering for childrens' needs. At the beginning, this support is started through an assessment process of need. Schools work in partnership with external agencies such as Speech and Language Therapy and Educational Psychologists. They will also liaise with parents about any support their child may need.
We are very fortunate to have two fully accredited SENCO's. Please contact the school (01924 302965) if you would like to speak to our SENCO's.
Miss Hannah Brown is our SENCO for Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1.
Mrs Lisa Homer is our SENCO for Key Stage 2.
Below you can find Coronavirus SEND resources and information from My Local Offer - http://wakefield.mylocaloffer.org/s4s/WhereILive/Council?pageId=5109