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If your child is displaying a high temperature, a continuous cough or loss of taste or smell-these are symptoms of Covid-19- please seek advice from NHS and ensure to quarantine for 14 days-further advice on our school website and Facebook page.

Introduction

Ribbleton Avenue Methodist Junior School aims to be fully inclusive where every child is given the opportunity to fulfil their potential on a personal, academic, social, and emotional level in all areas of the curriculum, irrespective of their gender, academic ability level, ethnic background, social circumstances, religion, physical ability or education needs.  Each class has a full time teaching assistant who is trained to deliver a wide range of interventions.  They are skilled at recognising issues in children.  Some children have access to "The Heart" classroom which offers support for emotional needs. In the mornings, English and maths are taught for a small group who have wide ranging needs and abilities.  

 

Our local offer for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) is intended to offer families information on how the needs of every pupil are met within our learning environment in order for every child to reach their true potential.  These website pages are designed to offer families an overview of all forms of SEND provision within school and some carefully selected external links.  Our SEN information report is available on the policies page of the website.  

 

Children with SEND are encouraged to participate in all aspects of school life.  We nurture their emotional well-being and celebrate their successes and talents. 

 

If you have any questions or queries, please contact Miss Musa on 01772 792083

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