Special Educational Provision

Special Educational Provision

Provision for pupils with disabilities and additional educational needs.


At St John’s Primary School we look at the educational needs of a pupil with disabilities and, in liaison with all other professionals involved with the pupil, plan a comprehensive learning package, which will allow for measurable learning opportunities to be put in place. This means that the pupil and all adults involved in supporting that pupil will meet to plan the educational provision best suited to the needs of the individual pupil. At all times we will work closely with parents to ensure that their child receives the very best educational experience that St John’s C.E. Primary School can offer.


At St John’s C.E. Primary School we have an Equal Opportunities Policy, therefore every pupil is provided with equal opportunity to access all aspects of our curriculum. St John’s C.E. Primary School welcomes any suggestions as to how we can further improve this area.


St John’s C.E. Primary School is all housed in one building and is contained on one site.  The school is all on one level and can be accessed through a number of entrances. We have ramp access and have facilities to accommodate physical disabilities. We recognise that there is always room for improvement, and we would welcome any further suggestions as to how we could improve our accessibility to all. If you have any suggestions to make in this area please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Caroline Young (Assistant Head responsible for Inclusion) or Miss Lesley Burton (Business Manager).

Additional Educational Needs

The Governing body is regularly updated about the provision and progress of pupils with additional educational needs. They are confident that SEND pupils who are currently on roll at St John’s Primary School will be provided with the correct level and nature of support to cater for their individual educational requirements. The Governing body are informed of any changes of policy which may affect the education of pupils with additional educational needs, and in what way the school will respond to those changes. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Caroline Young, Assistant Head responsible for Inclusion. Named Governor with responsibility for SEND.