Epsom Downs Primary School & Childrens Centre

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SEND & Inclusion

At Epsom Downs Primary School, children are taught to embrace and value difference. This ethos is taken very seriously and incorporated into the curriculum wherever possible. Each year, we take an active role in Anti-Bullying Week where children across the Key Stages take part in workshops and activities that teach them to address diversity in a positive way.

We are committed to the successful inclusion of pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and disabilities.

We offer an inclusive curriculum and programmes to ensure the best possible progress for all children, whatever their needs or abilities.

We aim for every child with SEN to be happy, valued, successful, confident and fully integrated into school life. We believe that diversity is a strength which should be celebrated by all those who are associated with the school.

At Epsom Downs Primary School, children are taught to embrace and value difference. This ethos is taken very seriously and incorporated into the curriculum wherever possible. Each year, we take an active role in Anti-Bullying Week where children across the Key Stages take part in workshops and activities that teach them to address diversity in a positive way.

If your child has inclusion needs of any kind, we would be very happy to discuss them with you.

PDF icon Accessibility Plan 2017/19

PDF icon Department for Education's SEND Guide for Parents and Carers

PDF icon Inclusion Policy 2017/2018

PDF icon Public Sector Equality Duty and the School's Equality Objectives 2017/18

PDF icon Special Educational Needs policy 2016/18

PDF icon SEND Information report / local offer 2018

PDF icon Whole school provision map 2016/18

 

Additional support for parents and carers (Surrey County Council):


  Support and advice on SEND

 SEND Local offer