Beckfoot School is a fully inclusive mainstream school where all pupils are valued equally
We’re really passionate about inclusion at Beckfoot School. It matters to us that every student can truly thrive in our school community and pupils with SEND (Special Educational Needs & Disabilities) are no exception to this. We’re a fully inclusive mainstream school where all pupils are valued equally. As part of our provision, we have Designated Special Provision (DSP) for pupils with Physical Difficulties. We’re also really lucky to share the site with Hazelbeck School and seek opportunities to collaborate with our incredible colleagues next door.
All pupils with SEND will:
- Be treated as individuals where their individual needs, interests and aptitudes are recognised.
- Be provided with opportunities for continued growth and development so that they can increase their self-esteem and confidence.
- Receive a balanced curriculum in both content and style of delivery which allows them to make informed choices as they progress Beckfoot and beyond.
- Be encouraged to achieve their full potential, irrespective of their needs.
- Be encouraged to learn through a range of enjoyable and stimulating experiences in an atmosphere where students feel valued, encouraged and safe.
- Learn to take responsibility for their own learning and actions so that they will be equipped to deal with life beyond school.
- Be encouraged to see education as a lifelong process to the benefit of all aspects of their life. This SEND Information Report outlines information regarding the ways in which we provide support for all students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, in order to realise their full potential, make outstanding academic and personal progress and grow to be equipped for their future lives.
If you have any questions or queries about SEND at Beckfoot School, please contact our SENDCo, Mr Mike Barnes.
Useful links & downloads:
SEND websites, helplines and support groups >
Wave 4 Provision at Beckfoot >
Trust SEND and Disability Policy >
SEND Information Report >
SEND Provision Report >
SEND Frequently asked questions >
Disability Accessibility Plan >
Support for parents & carers of pupils with SEND >
Supporting your child in coming back to school after lockdown >