At the heart of teaching and learning at College Park Infant School lie high expectations and the belief that each child, regardless of ability, disability or medical need, has a unique contribution to make to school life. We ensure that everyone, be they child, parent or member of staff, is valued and that our different interests, life-experiences, characteristics and strengths are celebrated.
We believe that quality education begins in the classroom and is led by the class teacher whose role it is to provide a learning experience which creatively enables every child (including those with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities) to raise their aspirations, overcome their barriers and discover for themselves a love of learning.
In order to achieve this, class teachers work closely with the Inclusion Leader and regularly access support from specialist agencies such as Speech & Language Therapy and the Sensory Impairment Service.
Our school is equipped with ramped access to the school office, library and swimming pool as well as one classroom within each year group.
We have supported many children over the years with a range of additional needs. If you would like to find out more about how we could support your child’s individual needs then please contact our Inclusion Leader, Mrs Emma Moran via the school office.
You will also find more information in the statutory documents below: