Our school has an Inclusion Team to support children who have been identified as having Special Educational Needs and Disabilities as well as for those children that need additional support. The Inclusion team works alongside the Senior Leadership Team as well as all class Teachers and Teaching Assistants to support the delivery of inclusive practice and to provide additional support through planned interventions. Please see the SEND report for full information.
Our Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinators (SENDCOs) are Sarah Morris for KS1 and Sara Fairchild for KS2.
Our School Vision
At Hartley Brook we are committed to Inclusion; the pupils are at the heart of everything that we do. We are a caring and inclusive school, with a clear vision to nurture social and emotional wellbeing. We value all children equally, ensuring that every child matters, whatever their differences.
We believe that the journey through school life should be enjoyable, memorable and valuable. We strive to provide a broad and balanced curriculum for all that is inclusive and engaging so that regardless of need individuals thrive and achieve their potential. The curriculum is inspiring, creative and progressive; a rich blend that provides the children within our care with a good knowledge and understanding base, as well as a strong skill set.
Our core values of scholarship, tenacity, curiosity, responsibility and unity form the heart of our provision. We are proud of our inclusive and nurturing approach at Hartley Brook. We celebrate strengths and the things that make us unique, whilst identifying and targeting areas to improve. We have high expectations for all but also give support when needed, so that everyone achieves their best. We want all children to be able to thrive within the learning environment. We will work towards removing barriers to enable all children to feel that they are a part of the whole school community. Everything is done in collaboration with pupils, parents, staff and where appropriate external services.
Positive learning behaviours are encouraged and promoted to enable pupils to get the best out of each and every day. We promote high expectations and aspirations from all individuals. Everyone is encouraged to contribute positively – to our school, the local community and beyond. We believe that this combination enables pupils to succeed now, in the next phase of their learning and for future success. Our goal is for individuals to be all-rounded, life-long learners.
Please click here to view the Inclusion Policy
SEND Information Report January 2023
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, Sheffield (Local Offer)
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