Our SENDCO is Miss Wilson. She is a long-standing member of the school team and knows our families well.
Please get in touch if you would like to speak to her with any questions or concerns.
She is at Steeton Primary School every Monday and Tuesday.
We recently had an inspection of SEND from Bradford Local Authority and were identified as a beacon of good practice in the local area. We are really pleased that the work we do to ensure the progress of all our children is recognised.
Introduction to SEND at Steeton Primary School
We inspire children to be happy, confident and thriving in a safe and inclusive school.
We are approachable, passionate and hold high expectations for all our children.
Our staff are valued, empowered and supported to deliver the best for every child whilst promoting their welfare and keeping them safe and protected.
Steeton Primary School values the individuality of all our children. We are committed to giving all our children every opportunity of achieving the highest standards they possibly can. We do this by taking account of pupils varied life experiences and needs. We offer a broad and rich curriculum which has high expectations and aspirations for all our children.
To provide an excellent quality of education for all Learners.
At Steeton Primary School, we endeavour to have the children’s best interests and well-being at the heart of all the decisions that are made. We aim to provide high quality provision for all children that responds to children’s special educational needs. Our staff are dedicated to ensuring excellent outcomes for all. They work as part of a team towards this shared goal to ensure the best possible outcomes are achieved for all learners.
Working with our parents, is crucial in the success of our children’s development. We strive to build strong relationships with parents to support this process and to create a team of support around the child.
Who is responsible for SEND provision?
All our staff have a duty to provide education and support for SEND pupils here at Steeton.
In the classroom, all staff work to provide a well-balanced and engaging curriculum that is accessible to all children. Quality First teaching is a high priority and supports us in tailoring provision to meet the needs of all our learners.
Please contact the school office who will put you in touch with our SENDCo, if you have any specific queries or concerns.
Please see our SEN Policy and Information Report for further information on our process for identifying and supporting SEN within School.