Pupil voice is strong in the school, and children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) can apply to take on extra responsibilities and mentoring roles if they wish. Children participate in Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) with their peers either in a class or group setting. The school has a Behaviour Policy and Anti-Bullying Policies in place and all children participate in any special events and workshops. Where appropriate, small group support for social and emotional development can be assessed. These groups may be led by Teaching Assistants (TA’s) or an outreach worker from Targeted Mental Health in Schools (TaMHs).
Children with mental health difficulties can access TaMHs support.
For children with additional needs (physical disabilities, visual and hearing impairments) appropriate resources are put in place following advice from lead professionals/advisory teachers/outside agencies.
Both schools within the Federation are wheelchair friendly.