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Bedgrove Junior School

‘Learning for our Future’


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; alongside the opportunity to access both a broad and balanced school curriculum and the wider opportunities that are offered.

BJS Equality Objectives - September 2017

1. To promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural development through all appropriate curricular opportunities, with particular reference to issues of equality and dievrsity.

2. To challenge prejudice and increase understanding of equality through direct teaching across the curriculum.

3. To ensure all groups of children make good progress and overcome barriers to their learning.

4. To promote cultural development and understanding through a ricj range of experiences both in and beyond school.

Equality & Diversity Report_2016

Equality & Cohesion Policy

SEN Annual Information Report - Bedgrove Junior School

SENCO - Jamie Makepeace (Assistant Inclusion Headteacher)

Please contact Mrs Makepeace if you have any 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:

  • Precision Monitoring - to support pupils with specific numerical or literacy difficulties. 
  • Rainbow Road - to support pupils with memory and sequencing difficulties.
  • OT resources pack - to support pupils with gross/fine motor difficulties
  • Social Stories - for children who struggle with self awareness and understanding of social expectations.  
  • Direct phonics - for pupils who have not responded to other phonics teaching or interventions.
  • Project X - a range of books that engage pupils with reading and applying their phonics knowledge when reading.  
  • Toe-by-Toe - systematic, one-to-one, phonics teaching.
  • Nurture Groups - a small group for children who may feel insecure in school or who are in need of more adult attention than can be provided in their main class.


Useful Apps and App Developers

  • Dexteria produce a fine motor collection which includes letter formation, finger isolation movements and development of pincer grasp.
  • Apps in My Pocket produce a range of educational apps including ‘Pocket Phonics which works on letter formation alongside letter sound.
  • Inclusive Technology produces a wide range of general and specialised apps for children.
  • Dyslexia Quest 6 games that each test a different learning ability known to cause dyslexia.
  • Nessy Learning apps support reading and writing with the use of phonics.

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.


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Occupational Therapy (OT)

Secondary Transfer Support

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Here is a link to the Buckinghamshire Family Information Service.


Bucks Local Offer and SEND Facebook page.