If your child has a long or short term medical illness then please refer to the Medical Needs and Intimate Care policies which outline the level of care and support provided at our school.
We have three named members of staff that children could talk to if they have a concern or a worry regarding friendships and social activities.
Our themed assemblies and lessons using the SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning) framework support the children’s personal development. Outside professionals/agencies support within all areas including Healthy Minds Service and Behaviour Outreach Support Services.
Our school has a Behaviour policy which outlines a firm but fair approach for all children. Rewards and sanctions can also be personalised to suit a child’s particular needs.
We have Language Ambassadors for children with English as an Additional Language (EAL).
All members of staff have had emergency first aid training, six of which have had Paediatric emergency first aid training.
We offer a wide variety of after school and before school clubs which change termly. There are opportunities with the additional funding of Pupil Premium to ensure children can access after school clubs and trips.