The school provides an all-embracing communication environment to meet the needs of children, parents, carers, staff, family members and external agencies that we work with.
We assess the needs of individuals and provide the appropriate specialist equipment, aids or technology. We work extremely closely with a variety of external professionals to ensure accurate access to training and deployment of resources. Individual children’s accessibility requirements will determine how lessons are differentiated to ensure and support full inclusion in the curriculum and wider school life.
As the building was constructed in the 1950s, the building has a lot of single glazed glass windows, hard floors, no false ceilings and flat roofs. This can lead to echoes and amplification of the sounds of the 450 children moving around school and chatting when eating lunch. Consequently the school is not ideal for a child who is sensitive to noise, crowded / very busy areas, changes in temperature from room to corridor.