'The school have always been very helpful and positive when it comes to the special requirements my son needs, he has come on so much because of their amazing help and support"
Y5 Parent QA Feedback
Ashgate Primary School is a mainstream, fully inclusive school, where all classes are of mixed ability and teachers provide work that is suitably differentiated to match the ability of each group. This is achieved though the effective deployment of a wide range of staff, resources and materials.
If your child has Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND) the school follows the Code of Practice to ensure that inclusion is achieved and progress is made. Parents will be made aware if their child is placed on the ‘Special Educational Needs Provision Map’ and will have the opportunity for an informal meeting with the class teacher and/or the Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO), to discuss the type of provision that can be put in place.
Please read our Parents Guide to SEND and our SEND Provision Report for more information, or call in to speak to a member of staff.
The member of staff responsible for Special Educational Needs provision in school is:
Mrs W Forte
Contact: 01332 343928 or email@example.com
The member of staff with overall responsibility for Safeguarding is:
Contact: 01332 343928 or firstname.lastname@example.org
'The staff are amazing. My child has only attended this school for short time and the progress she has made is amazing. So happy!'
Y3 Parent QA Feedback
"I am happy that my son is in this school. I know that my son will develop from this school."
Y2 Parent QA Feedback
'I could not thank you enough for all the help and support you have given my family over the years."
Y5 Parent QA Feedback
Please call in to the school office to arrange to speak to Mrs Forte, alterantively you can send an email below.
SEND Support during School Closure
We recognise that some pupils, for example some pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), may not be able to access remote education without support from adults at home. We acknowledge the difficulties this may place on families, and we will work with parents and carers to support those pupils in the following ways:
Here are some strategies that you can use at home to support you child if they feel stressed or anxious or are just not coping at any point during lockdown, some of these may not work and that is okay.
Do not struggle alone, we are here to help.
Further support and wellbeing information for pupils can be found our Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health & Wellbeing pages following the links below;