Inclusion at Bradshaw Hall
At Bradshaw Hall Primary School we ensure that the needs of all children are met. First and foremost, this is achieved through a vibrant, dynamic school curriculum. We also make active use of assessment to make sure that each child receives the challenge and support that is needed to help them to make progress. Prospective parents will find further information in the Bradshaw Hall Primary School’s offer.
Many of our children achieve well beyond age-related expected standards of attainment. For example, 16% of the 2014 cohort achieved level 6 in their maths SATS tests, set against a 6% national average. Extension pathways are provided for these children, to allow them to extend and apply their learning in a range of exciting, real-world contexts. We ensure that children on our gifted and talented register are stretched and extended on a daily basis.
We also have a rigorous provision for children with special educational needs. Our provision for these children is outlined in detail here: Bradshaw Hall Primary School SEN Information Report. We want all children to achieve and excel irrespective of their background or their barriers to learning, and we wish to engender an inclusive school culture. The SEND Policy further outlines the school’s approach to catering for the needs of all children.