Mrs Benson is the person responsible for Inclusion at our school   

 

At The Cathedral Catholic Primary School, we are committed to inclusion and equal oportunities. We work closely with parents and other agencies in order to ensure that all pupils are able to successfully access the curriculum. 

Our school population includes a wide range of different community groups and we are dedicated to ensuring that our school is a place where everyone feels welcome and where all upils can learn. Our consistently high expectations and inclusive teaching practices ensure that The Cathedral School is a place where children can achiee their best.

Our pupils have a range of different abilities and interests, beliefs and aspirations. Many of our pupils also speak other languages and are learning to speak English. At The Cathedral, we want all of our pupils to succeed and throoughly enjoy their education. The staff at The Cathedral are experienced in teaching pupils with a wide range of abilities and are trained to use a variety of different techniques and intervention programmes to ensure all children can access the curriculum fully. 

We welcome the involvement of parents and carers in decision making and we want to work closely with them so that our pupils can always give nothing but the best!

Inclusion Policies

 

Useful Links

   LCC Special Educational Needs and Disabilities - Local Offer

 Lancashire Send Partnership - Information for Parents

 

National Autistic Society Website where parents and carers can find help and good advice on Autistic Spectrum Disorders         

 

 

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  British Dyslexia Association

 

 

 

  Lancashire SENDIASS (Special Educational Needs and Disability Information and Advice Support Service) 

 

  Independent Parental Special Education Advice (known as IPSEA) is a registered charity (number 327691). IPSEA offers free and independent legally based information, advice and support to help get the right education for children and young people with all kinds of special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities. IPSEA gives advice and support on:

  • Local Authorities’ legal duties to assess and provide for children with special educational needs
  • Exclusions of children with special needs/disabilities
  • Action/inaction by Local Authorities and/or schools which discriminate against children and young people with disabilities.

 

  Sky Badger – an award winning website run by parents of children with SEND, for parents. There is an extensive directory of charities and firms that provide advocacy and legal support to parents and young people.