SEND AT TILLINGTON MANOR PRIMARY SCHOOL
At Tillington Manor Primary School we welcome everybody into our school community. The staff, governors, pupils and parents work together to make Tillington Manor a happy, friendly place where children can achieve their best by working together. We are committed to offering an inclusive curriculum.
Tillington Manor Primary School values and celebrates diversity of interest, achievement and experience. All pupils need to experience praise, recognition and success, and pupils with SEND have an equal entitlement to this. This policy outlines the framework for the school to meet its duty, obligation and principal equality values, to provide a high quality education to all of its pupils, including pupils with SEND, and do everything that it can to meet the needs of pupils with SEND.
By working together in school, with parents, colleagues from within TMPS and outside agencies, Tillington Manor ensures that the curriculum provided is accessible to all pupils, in accordance with the Equality Act (2010) and Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations (2014).
Please click below for our school SEND information report. This report for parents gives more information about our approach to Special Educational Needs at Tillington Manor Primary School.
Please find useful links here:
- Tillington Manor Primary School SEND policy is here.
- Staffordshire’s Local Offer describes the provision that is available for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and their families. The Local Offer website helps families by gathering in one place, the information that they need to know in order to make informed choices about the support they receive. The Staffordshire Local Offer can be found at: https://www.staffordshireconnects.info/kb5/staffordshire/directory/home.page
- Tillington Manor Primary School Accessibility policy
- Tillington Manor Primary School Equality Plan
- Tillington Manor Primary School LAC Policy
- Tillington Manor Primary School RPI Guidance
Click here to follow the link to the SENDIASS website who support Parents and Carers of Children and Young People with SEND (0-25) and also Children and Young People with SEND.