Redgate Community Primary School recognises every child’s right to a broad and balanced education, which gives them the opportunity to flourish through realising their full potential and making progress.
We are committed to providing full access to the curriculum by ensuring high quality teaching and differentiation to meet individual needs and to address underachievement.
We believe in equality of opportunity and we aim to create a supportive, stimulating and challenging environment that values difference and recognises the achievements of all children.
Where a pupil is identified as having additional needs we will take action to remove those barriers to their learning and to work in partnership with their parents/carers and children as part of this approach.
We recognise our duty to make arrangements to support pupils with medical conditions and to deliver their provision in a co-ordinated way in individual health care plans.
Our school welcomes all children including children who have specific SEND: we are committed to inclusion and aim to provide equality of opportunity for all pupils.
Our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator (SENDCO) is Mr Webb.