Inclusion


The Government challenges all schools to be inclusive. By this they mean a welcoming community that seeks to eliminate discriminating attitudes and practice, responds to pupils’ different needs, overcomes barriers to learning and provides suitable learning for all. It is the aim of the Governors of Trent CE Primary School to try to make our school ‘inclusive’ and welcoming to all.

Special Educational Need and Disability Policy  (.49MB)  

SEND Information Report    (.23 MB)

You can also find out about the local offer and SEN provision from the Barnet Council website:   Barnet Local Offer

Provision for pupils with Special Educational Need and Disability   (.118 MB)     Accessibility Policy   (3.7 MB)

Highly Able Policy   (.311MB) Disability Policy  (.152 MB) Differentiation Policy  (.721MB)

Equality and Diversity Policy   (.372 MB)        Equality and Diversity Action Plan 2016-2018 (.380 MB)

Pupil premium report with planned expenditure and evaluation 2018-19 (.95MB)

Evidencing the impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium 2019-20  (.75MB)

Pupil Premium

 The school received £29,680 for 2019-2020 financial year to support pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds. This income is being used to

 -       support individuals to enjoy the full range of  curriculum enrichment or extra-curricular activities e.g. music tuition, school clubs and residential visits

 -       train a suitably qualified group of parents alongside our Teaching Assistants as Reading Mentors to ensure that all children have fluency in reading and develop a love of books.

-        additional teachers and support staff in key year groups.

 Although this is a relatively small sum compared to many schools it is having a clear and direct impact on the learning for our disadvantaged children. Current data shows that they are making good progress and that their attainment is above national expectations by the end of Key Stage 2.

Here is our Policy and details of how we spend this important grant:                                           

 

Governor Survey Letter to Parents (.7MB)

 

Physical Education and Sport Premium

 As part of the Olympic legacy, the school receives an annual grant to raise the quality of PE lessons and school sport. This money is being used to

 -       fund our involvement in the Barnet Sports Partnership so that we can compete against (or alongside) other schools in many sports

 -       fund the Tiger Teams intervention programme

 -       new gym resources.

 -       extend the employment of our dedicated Sports Coach to:

• train teachers to deliver highest quality gym lessons with strong, efficient assessment procedures

• ensure midday play is active with lots of playground games

• identify and nurture those with sporting talent.

                          

 

 

 

 

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