Our school is a place for all to belong. Through love, we nurture all to grow in their own unique way. We create an environment for all to flourish; to forgive, be resilient and courageous, making difference to our community and the world beyond.
Here at Blewbury School we have an inclusive ethos and we work closely in partnership with children, parents and other agencies to provide the best possible educational outcomes for all our children; putting support in place as early as possible for any child that needs it.
Pupil Profiles, Provision Maps and Individual Behaviour Programmes (IBP).
All children on the SEND register have an individual Pupil Profile detailing their strengths, barriers to learning, desired outcomes and strategies to support achieving their outcomes. Children and parents/guardians are invited to meetings to review these profiles three times a year. Working in partnership with parents and guardians ensures they know the best way to support learning and achieve the best outcomes for the children. They are encouraged to engage in supporting their child’s learning, for example by reading with them regularly, working on phonic sounds ,or reinforcing speech therapy activities. Provision Maps and IBPs are put in place and reviewed on a regular cycle, using data and/or observations as evidence of the impact of interventions.
Our SENDco is Miss Reeder.
Our SEN governor is Maxine Evans.
Grace Challans is the ODST Inclusion Leader.
SEND Report & Further Information
SEND Information Report July 2022
Covid-19 response for SEND 2020-2021
Accessibility Policy and Plan (Located on the Policies & Procedures page.)
SEND Policy (Located on the Policies & Procedures page.)
Advice About Literacy Difficulties
Oxfordshire County Council Local Offer
GOV UK SEND Code of Practice