At Hart Primary School we are committed to the equal inclusion of all pupils in all areas of school life. We recognise that every pupil is an individual and therefore the needs of all of our pupils are taken into account. We understand that all pupils are entitled to a quality provision which enables them to achieve their full potential. All pupils are provided with intervention and support throughout the school to meet their learning, physical, social and emotional needs.
We believe that children should achieve regardless of their background, race or disability and therefore at Hart Primary School we aim to remove barriers to learning and provide a positive educational experience for all SEND pupils and their families.
If any parents wish to make a complaint around SEND provision, please see our school complaints policy.
Mrs McLaren is currently SENDCO.
Please see school for SEN Impact Statement as some data refers to groups of less than 5 children.
Hart Primary School is committed to taking all steps to avoid placing anyone at a substantial disadvantage and works closely with pupils with disabilities, their families and any relevant outside agencies in order to remove any potential barriers to their learning experience.
The school is active in promoting an inclusive positive environment by ensuring that every pupil is given equal opportunity to develop socially, to learn and to enjoy school life. The school continually looks for ways to improve accessibility within the school through data collection, parent questionnaires and discussions.
Please follow this link to read our accessibility plan: Final Approved Hart Accessibility Plan 2022-2025
SEND Admission arrangements for Hart Primary School:
Equality Impact Statement
We endeavour to ensure that the policies and procedures across the Federation of St Peter’s, Elwick and Hart Primary School do not discriminate, directly or indirectly. We do this through regular monitoring and evaluation of our policies and procedures. We assess and consult relevant stakeholders on the likely impact of our policies on the promotion of all aspects of equality, as laid down in the Equality Act (2010). This will include, but not necessarily be limited to: race; gender; sexual orientation; disability; ethnicity; religion; cultural beliefs and pregnancy/maternity. We use an appropriate Equality Impact Assessment to monitor the impact of all our policies and procedures to ensure necessary amendments are made.
For further information please refer to the Equality Policy.
For information on Governors of Hart Primary School please see the Governors page.
All SEND information and documentation complies with all statutory links as indicated on the GOV.UK guidance for websites.