In line with government guidelines, Bassett Green Primary School abides by the rules set out in the SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) Code of Practice (2015) to support all children to achieve the best results and progress they can. All children are monitored and tracked using the school graduated approach to SEND. This enables us to identify pupils needing additional support and provide early targeted intervention at different stages of their learning. Our approach is set out in our ‘Graduated Response Plan’ which enables us to track and monitor the progress of pupils through an ongoing cycle of Assess, Plan, Do and Review.
At Bassett Green Primary School, each child is at the heart of all that we do. We create an environment and ethos that ensures equal opportunity for every child. Each child is unique and gifted with personal qualities and skills and is encouraged to recognise their personal value.
Each child should be independent, resilient and an enthusiastic lifelong-learner.
Each child should dream without limitations and have high aspirations for their future.
Individual differences and the diversity of our community are celebrated. We have high expectations of pupils, families and staff to enable each child, regardless of their starting point, to reach their potential in academic work and develop into responsible caring citizens who contribute fully to their community.
Underpinning our Vision are our core values of Respect, Challenge, Resilience and Teamwork.
The school’s SENCo is Amy Clare. You can contact her on firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about our SEND provision please read our SEND report
Link to SEND report
Link to graduated approach
If you would like to find out more about how the local authority support children with SEND please see their local offer
Link to local offer Link