The main priorities in the school’s plan
Increasing the extent to which disabled pupils can participate in the school curriculum training for teachers and support staff and differentiating the curriculum. All out-of-school activities are planned and risk assessed to ensure participation for all. Training for Awareness. Raising of Disability issues. Information to know your students’ needs.
Improving the physical environment of the school to increase the extent to which disabled pupils can take advantage of education and associated services: The key objective is to ensure that school premises are adapted so that disabled pupils are not prevented from attending the school of their choice because the premises are inaccessible and/or cannot meet the needs of the pupils. Making sure clear procedures are implemented to ensure that disabled pupils who are starting school have their needs assessed and that necessary adaptations at the school of their choice are carried out in time for the start of term.
Improving the delivery to disabled pupils of information that is provided in writing for pupils who are not disabled: Availability of written materials in alternative formats as required. Raise the awareness of adults working at or for the School on good communications. If required arrange for visually impaired students to be access documentation. Review all policies to ensure that they do not discriminate against the needs of staff, students or visitors.