We believe that every child is unique and should be given the opportunity to grow and shine in all they do. We believe that every child has the right to receive an education which enables them to fulfil their potential in a supportive and caring Christian environment.
At Oakfield CE Primary we are committed to offering children with Special Educational Needs access to a broad, balanced and relevant education, including the Early Years Foundation Stage and the National Curriculum by:
- Ensuring pupils have quality first teaching to ensure children’s needs are met.
- Working with outside agencies to ensure best practice when assessing needs and devising interventions.
- Liaising with parents to ensure children’s needs are identified and met as early as possible.
- Ensuring interventions for pupils are reviewed regularly to assess impact and that there is careful monitoring and assessment of pupils’ progress
- Ensuring that parents’ and pupils’ views are at the forefront in the process to raising standards of pupils with SEN.
- As an inclusive community, we are deeply committed to removing the barriers to learning and participation that can hinder or exclude individual pupils, or groups of pupils.
- The SEND Co-ordinator is Mrs Sharon Marlton
- The named Governor for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities is Mrs Helene Allen
If you have any queries or concerns in relation to special educational needs, please do contact Mrs Sharon Marlton on our contact form here or email sen (at) oakfieldcepri.iow.sch.uk or by telephoning (01983) 563732
Information in relation to SEND at Oakfield CE Primary School is available to download:
- SEND Policy
- SEND Information Report 2020-2021
- Special Educational Needs and Disabilities – A Guide for Parents and Carers
- SEN Information for Parents
- SEN Remote-learning
Under the Equality Act 2010, schools have a responsibility to address the issue of equalities. They are charged with the responsibilities of eliminating discrimination, advancing equality of opportunity and fostering good relations. To show compliance with these duties schools must publish certain information including at least one equality objective. A copy of Oakfield’s Single Equality Policy and Accessibility Plan are available to download here:
The Oak National Academy has launched their online specialist curriculum – click here to have a look.
Parents SEN Resources
- First, Next, Then with widget symbols
- Parent information Home Learning SEN Online
- Publisher-GrabPack Balancing anxiety
- Word games for families
- Word Map Guidance for Parents
- Word Map template