SEND Unit Consultation Proposal Document.
School SEND information report
Oulton Broad Primary is a fully inclusive mainstream school that welcomes and celebrates the diversity of our children.
The Head teacher, staff and governors will do their best to secure appropriate provision for any pupil who has an identified SEND.
Our ethos is aimed at enabling children with any SEND to maximise their potential, be included fully in our school community and make a successful transition to Secondary school and into adult life. Our whole school has a shared responsibility for identifying, assessing and meeting the individual pupil needs.
We strive to ensure that each pupil is fully integrated into the life of the school and be given every opportunity to develop self-confidence, self-esteem and independence. By focusing on all that is positive, progressive and creative our overall aim is to provide a high quality, structured and individualised learning programme, which ensures that each child is given the opportunity to enjoy success during their time at school.
Our school site is wheelchair accessible including access to the playgrounds. We have a disabled toilet that is large enough to accommodate full changing and is suitable for wheelchair users.
All schools in Suffolk have the same special educational needs and disabilities duties, and are expected to provide support for children and young people who have additional needs.
These duties come from the SEND code of practice: 0 to 25.
You can find more information about Suffolk's Local Offer and Suffolk SENDIASS by using website links below:
Suffolk SEN information