We ensure that all of our students receive an education that is appropriate to their needs, promotes high standards, and the fulfilment of potential.
We welcome all students from the local community, and want to offer everyone the opportunity to receive an outstanding education.
We are committed to working collaboratively with our school community to ensure that all of our students receive an education that is appropriate to their needs, promotes high standards, and the fulfilment of potential.
In creating an inclusive learning environment, our aim is that every child will:
- Achieve their best.
- Become confident individuals living fulfilling lives.
- Make a successful transition into adulthood, whether into employment, further or higher education or training.
Further information regarding the ways in which we support our students with Special Educational Needs and/ or Disabilities (SEND), as well as useful information and resources on how to support young people with SEND in school and at home, is available below. You will also find a link to to Birmingham City Council’s Local Offer, which provides help, advice and information about the services available for your child.
If you have any feedback, or would like any further support, please do not hesitate to contact Mr S Parkes:
Birmingham City Council Local Offer
Our aim is for all children and young people with a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND) across Birmingham to get the help they need early, and as easily as possible.
Children’s Speech and Language Therapy Advice Line
Advice and strategies to support parents, carers, schools and other professionals in relation to a child or young person’s communication needs or eating and drinking concerns.
The child or young person you are calling about must be aged 0-18 years.
Call: 0121 466 6231
Open Monday to Friday 9am – 4pm
Free Speech and language, OT, and many other SEND resources for families and schools
Phonics, spelling, punctuation and grammar resources.
Sensory App House
A range of apps are available for students with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) or Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD). All are interactive and many do not require significant coordination abilities.
RNIB Bookshare support learners with a print disability to access the curriculum.
Teaching Visually Impaired Students
A range of downloadable resources to support blind and visually impaired pupils.
OAK National Academy
Lessons with video support and tasks to complete.
Lessons, learning resources and educational games.
Parents can sign up and create a free account with lots of resources to print at home.
White Rose Maths
Help Kidz Learn
A collection of games and resources designed for a range of educational needs and stages.
These sites will support your child with improving their basic vocabulary and are particularly useful if your child cannot access other resources provided by school.