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SEND Review Feedback 


Throughout the review, it was apparent there is an inclusive ethos which, led by the Headteacher and SENDCO, permeates throughout all aspects of the school. The school is outward facing and has developed a range of partnerships with other settings and organisations to develop quality provision for all children, including those with SEND.


The bespoke CUBE Curriculum has been developed to focus on the whole child and progress is seen as more than academic. Children are given a wide range of experiences which support them in becoming independent, confident learners who love coming to school.


St Paul’s has a clear inclusive ethos which permeates throughout the school. This is underpinned by the Christian Values which are evident throughout the school. All pupils are fully included in all activities. Ethos is evident in the way pupils care and look after each other. All children support those that may be finding their learning difficult for whatever reason. Staff are passionate about meeting the needs of SEND pupils. Parents recognise and celebrate the positive culture within the school.


Parent Feedback 


I think you are all fantastic and the SEND provision you provide is exceptional. 


Every provision was made for all my child's needs every step of the way and we couldn't have asked for more. All the planning and intervention ready for his transition has been invaluable and set him up for a fantastic start at secondary school.


We would like to say a massive thank you to all for your efforts. We have been fully informed, included, helped and supported every step of the way! Amazing! 


Thank you to everyone for the support and care you provide for my child. He loves going to school.  


Contact information

Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENDCo): Mrs Adele Bass


Contact number: 01254 701940 

Equality Objective

To promote cultural development and understanding through a range of experiences both in and beyond school.

Disabled Access

Disabled Access is available through the rear white doors. Please contact school if you are visiting school for the first time. 


Frequent disabled parking is available at the front of school (Bayne Street) identified by the single yellow line. Please ensure your Blue Badge is displayed. 


Due to the location of the school site we have no onsite parking for any vehicle. We are working with the Local Authority and Highways Agency to come to an agreed resolution on the matter. 

Start children off on the way they should go and even when they are old they will not turn from it.
- Proverbs 22:6