Eatock Primary School

Telephone:

01942 634672

Where to find us?

St George's Ave, Westhoughton BL5 2ER

Eatock Primary School

Telephone:

01942 634672

St George's Avenue

Westhoughton BL5 2ER

Special Educational Needs

Top 3% of all Schools

Your school results show that your school is amongst the top 3% of all schools in England in terms of progress. We want to ensure that every child has the necessary fluency in reading, writing and mathematics and your school has provided this.

Nick Gibb

Minister of State School Standards

5.0
2016-03-14T15:19:08+00:00

Nick Gibb

Minister of State School Standards

Your school results show that your school is amongst the top 3% of all schools in England in terms of progress. We want to ensure that every child has the necessary fluency in reading, writing and mathematics and your school has provided this.

Inspiring Place

Eatock is an inspiring place for pupils to learn and lives up to its motto of: 'Giving wings to fly'.

Sue Eastwood

HMI Ofsted Inspector

5.0
2016-03-14T15:19:18+00:00

Sue Eastwood

HMI Ofsted Inspector

Eatock is an inspiring place for pupils to learn and lives up to its motto of: ‘Giving wings to fly’.

Awesome and Safe

Pupils think the school is 'awesome' and feel very safe: Parents agree.

Sue Eastwood

HMI Ofsted Inspsector

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2017-08-23T10:51:02+00:00

Sue Eastwood

HMI Ofsted Inspsector

Pupils think the school is ‘awesome’ and feel very safe: Parents agree.

Truly Inspired

Truly inspired every time I come. The teachers and the creative learning our children is amazing.

Parent

February 2017

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2017-08-23T10:52:50+00:00

Parent

February 2017

Truly inspired every time I come. The teachers and the creative learning our children is amazing.

Excellent Practice

The school's excellent practise in teaching and learning is valued highly by the local authority and, as a result, the school is asked to share its expertise with other schools. The school plays a full part within a network of schools

Ofsted Report

June 2016

 

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2017-08-23T10:55:26+00:00

Ofsted Report

June 2016

 

The school’s excellent practise in teaching and learning is valued highly by the local authority and, as a result, the […]
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General Information/Frequently Asked Questions

 What should I do if I think my child has a Special Educational Need or Disability? ​​
If you think your child has a Special Educational Need or disability (SEND), please contact school prior to their admission to discuss what we can offer to meet your child’s needs or disability. If you have any medical information or diagnosis please inform school. We will discuss your child’s needs and together determine the best course of action. If your child is already in our school and you have concerns, please talk to the class teacher and arrange to see the Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO).
What is the school ethos/approach to SEN and Disability?
Eatock Primary School aims to enable all children, regardless of their ability, to achieve their potential to thrive in an enabling environment.Eatock Primary School provides a broad and balanced curriculum for all children. The early years document ‘ Development Matters’, the National Curriculum and the SEND Code Of Practice are our starting points for planning to meet the specific needs of individuals and groups of children. A minority of children have particular learning/ physical/ emotional requirements that could create barriers to learning. The consequence of these needs may present as a child having a Special Educational Need (SEND). Teachers take account of these requirements and make provision, where necessary, to support individuals or groups of children, enabling them to participate effectively in curriculum activities. Children may have SEND either throughout, or at any time during, their school life. This policy ensures that curriculum planning for children with SEND takes account of the nature and extent of the difficulty experienced by the child.
​​How will I know how my child is doing in school?​
Parents are involved in the assessment and review process of the school’s provision, throughout their child’s schooling. Teachers will keep parents informed on their child’s progress and we welcome a dialogue about their child’s progress. Identification of need by school will take place on entry to school. Sources of information will include:

Class teacher observations.

Pupil progress meetings will have a focus on children with SEND.

Parents are asked for their feedback.

Previous school records (including SATs) are used to inform parents of their child’s progress.

Outside agency records are shared with parents.

Pupil opinion is sought and any outcomes in pupil’s books are shared.

Any available standardised test assessments will be shared with parents.

If pupils have already been identified as having SEND, the parents will be provided with the opportunity to liaise with the child’s previous teacher.

What support will there be for my child’s overall well-being?​​​
Social and emotional development is very important to your child’s progress in school. Their needs are supported through Nurture groups and the school curriculum. The school delivers Social, Emotional Aspects of Learning through the curriculum and as a discrete subject. Classes address this area of learning through Circle time when children have the opportunity to discuss and share their feelings in a non-threatening environment. School has close contact with Behaviour Support Services which will deliver individual and group   support for social and emotional difficulties.
​​​How will I be involved in discussions about, planning for and involvement in my child’s education?​
Parents are informed about provision from the very beginning a concern is raised about their child’s progress. Parents are invited to discuss the progress and concerns with the Class Teacher, Teaching Assistant and SENCO at each step .Parents are involved in the writing and evaluation of individual Pupil Passports. Parents are invited to meetings with school staff and outside agencies.
​​How will Eatock Primary School involve children and young people in their education and in the decision making process?​
Teachers and Teaching Assistants consult with pupils regarding setting their targets and moving on when they have achieved them. Children are conferenced about their learning and how they learn best. Pupil questionnaires give children the opportunity to comment on their learning. The new National Curriculum provides opportunities for children to learn from their own interests and ideas.
Who, outside of school, can i turn to for advice and support?​​​
​There are a wide range of services that can be contacted for help and support.

Bolton Gov

Child Action NW

National Parent Partnership

Barnardos

Netmums

Bolton Children’s Opportunity Group ( COG)​​

​​​​Where can I find information about Local Authority provision for children and young people with SEND?
​The Local Offer is published at:  http://www.bolton.gov.uk/website/pages/Specialeducationalneedslocaloffer.aspx
​​​How should complaints regarding SEND provision be made and how will they be dealt with?
Although the intention is that everything which can be done for pupils with SEND will be done, there may be times when parents may have a complaint about the provision for their child. In most cases, it is expected that issues can be resolved with the class teacher. If parents are still concerned about SEND provision for their child, they should make an appointment to see the SENCO. Should they find the outcome of this discussion unsatisfactory, they should contact the Head teacher or the SEND Governor.​
​​How do I get a copy of the school SEND and Inclusion Policy?​
​​There is a copy of the SEND Policy on the school web site or a copy can be obtained from the school office.
Who do I contact for further information?​​​
There is a copy of the SEND Policy on the school web site or a copy can be obtained from the school

Miss Estelle Cunliffe SENCO 01942 634672

Mrs Ann Flannery Headteacher 01942 634672