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Here at St. Peter’s our welcome to our children is always honest, positive, warm and inclusive. We equip all of our children with the necessary skills in reading, writing and maths to succeed by providing the best education we can. By offering a full, broad and balanced curriculum, alongside quality first teaching, it gives all children the opportunity to be drawn into their learning within an inclusive environment. Our curriculum has been designed and nurtured to give all learners the confidence to succeed and to know that they are valued and included within our school. Teachers, with the support of our Teaching Assistants, create a positive environment that allows learners to develop their confidence and independence when focusing on their learning.

Above all, each child is given the opportunity to achieve their full potential in order to ‘Let their light shine’.

Miss C Bedworth - Class Teacher(1)

If you wish to discuss concerns about your child's progress or development, please speak to your child's class teacher in the first instance. You may also contact Miss Bedworth, our SENDCO and Inclusion Lead, via the school office on 01925 815314.

Miss Bedworth is responsible for provision for children who have Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

SEND Report, Policy and Code of Practice

For information regarding the handling of SEND complaints, please see the SEND Policy. Alternatively, please view our Complaints Policy which can be found under the Our School tab, Policies.

SEND Local Offer

Please click on the image below to see our school's information regarding Special Educational Needs and Disability Provision.

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Equality Act and Accessibility Plan

Sensory Strategies and Activities

The below document contains information regarding different sensory activities and strategies that will help develop your child's fine and gross motor skills.

Disability Awareness Day

In school, we celebrated Disability Awareness Day on Monday 13th September, following the international celebration on Sunday 12th September. This was a chance for us to all come together to celebrate and recognise our differences and qualities that we have that make us unique. 

Neurodiversity Celebration Week

We celebrated Neurodiversity Celebration Week (21-25th March). This week serves as a reminder that no matter what our differences and challenges, everyone also has their own strengths and talents. 
Neurodiversity Celebration Week is also about recognising hard work, resilience and determination. 
For children that have autism, ADHD, dyspraxia or dyslexia they often have to work even harder to compensate for their challenges and here in school we are inclusive of these needs and differences.
Please click the Powerpoint below to read more information or click the image to watch a video all about Neurodiversity. 

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Support for Parents and Carers

Please click the image below which will take you to the Warrington Play & Sensory Centre website where you can see what is on offer for children and parents. You can book onto current sessions and stay up to date with their weekly schedule. 

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Please click the image below which will take you to the ADDvanced Solutions website where you can see what family workshops, activity days, training and support are available for your child and family. 

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SEND Leaflet for Parents

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