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Calverton is an inclusive school that provides the support for all children to thrive and develop as individuals. We take our responsibilities of equality very seriously and work hard to ensure that everybody connected to the school is made to feel welcome and provided with the resources and support to enable them to enjoy and feel fully involved in the Calverton family. As well as having children with SEND in Mainstream classes, we have an assigned Resource Provision called the Treehouse which supports pupils with more severe learning difficulties. 

We strive to ensure that our lessons are highly differentiated and adapted so that all the children with special educational needs can access the curriculum at their level and can achieve. We work closely with our teachers, teaching assistants, learning support assistants and external professionals to deliver an inclusive curriculum and to ensure that the correct support is in place for our children.

Our children are given access to a wider curriculum tailored to their needs, including bespoke intervention groups which include visits to the Forest for lessons. We also have our own sensory room for the children with additional sensory needs to thrive and feel safe and secure. 

We understand that having a child with special educational needs can be challenging and sometimes isolating for parents. To support parents through this journey we host SEND coffee mornings, which gives our parents the opportunity to share, advise and support each other.

We know that for parents, communication and understanding of the individual is key to a successful education and we hope that by working together we can ensure that every child at Calverton Primary School can achieve and be successful. 

Our named SENCO is Ronel James.