We are an inclusive school and pride ourselves on the opportunities that are given to all of our pupils.
Every pupil within our school has the right to expect the highest standards of teaching and learning leading to good outcomes for all. All of our pupils have the responsibility to be an active and engaged learner, showing excellent behaviour at all times and respect and tolerance for their peers and the staff that work with them.
Every single one of our pupils is exposed to a broad and balanced school curriculum that is supplemented by trips and visitors each term. Pupils have the opportunity to engage in a wide range of extra -curricular activities and opportunities.
Pupils are taught through our Healthy Minds sessions and our RE WOW days about different religions and family make ups. |Through this they develop mutual respect and understanding for all adults within the school and their peers. School values are taught alongside British values and pupils are rewarded for showing these values in and around the school.
BJS Equality Objectives - Updated September 2018
Objective 1 - Ensure all staff and governors complete and maintain currency on Equality and Diversity Training.
Objective 2 - Explore pupil diversity data to consider trends and ensure all staff and governors are made aware of findings.
SENCO - Jamie Makepeace (Assistant Inclusion Headteacher)
Please contact Mrs Makepeace if you have any SEND concerns.
At Bedgrove Junior School we recognise that sometimes learning can be challenging for some pupils. We provide quality first teaching for all pupils and when pupils have been identified as having additional needs we offer individualised support.
Every child on the SEND register has a SEN support plan. This outlines desired outcomes, type of provision, time and financial costings. These are shared with parents and carers three times per year.
We have Learning Support Assistants to support those children with additional needs. They are trained to run a number of interventions. Below is a sample of some of the interventions that are monitored by the SENDCo:
Useful Apps and App Developers
Some children may find a change in their routine, such as a snow day, very difficult to cope with or understand. This short social story may be useful to help them with any anxious feelings they may have about this unplanned change.