Inclusion at Loxwood School
Loxwood Primary School Inclusion Policy supports high quality inclusion for all and we want all children to make good progress according to their ability and starting points. There are times in all of our lives when we may require help or support from others and this is the same for children. This support may be a short term Barrier to learning, or a more complex long term barrier.
Within the school we have a range of expertise across our teaching and support staff. This includes writing, phonics and maths interventions, dyslexic aware strategies and emotional well-being provision. We continually attend training to develop our skills in understanding, identifying and providing the correct support for all children.
We have multi-agency team approach within West Sussex and have contacts and access to a wide range of services if we require additional support from specialists; for example the Speech and Language Team and Educational Psychologist.
Our aim is that all children recognised by school staff, parents or other agencies as requiring additional provision will access further support through WSCC Special Education Needs and Disability procedures and, if necessary, through Statutory Assessment in line with the DfE (Department for Education).
We are committed to all the families and children in our school and we will discuss any concerns that we have about your child(ren) with you, however if you require any information or support please contact us to discuss your concerns.
Ms Kitson Headteacher
Wheelchair access to the school is available via the main entrance, we also have a temporary ramp. We would appreciate a telephone call in advance of your visit, to ensure that access is unrestricted.
Please call 01403 752207 and speak to the school office.