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Clapham Manor Primary School Prospectus

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Inclusion Inclusion and Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Child Protection and Safeguarding are at the heart of the school’s identity and these polices are available on the school website. We follow the three principles of inclusion from the National Curriculum. These are: Setting suitable learning challenges for all children. Overcoming possible barriers to learning. Recognising and responding to individual learning needs including gender, children with SEND, children from all social and cultural backgrounds, children of different ethnic groups and children whose first language is not English. The Equality Act came into force in 2010 and covers education. It is designed to legally protect people from discrimination in any aspect of school life. It is illegal to discriminate against someone because of: disability, gender, being or becoming transgender, race, religion or sexual orientation. We believe that every child shares the right to a broad and balanced curriculum. At Clapham Manor each teacher will: Know your child as an individual – this means where they are in their learning, how they learn, what sort of person they are and the best way to support them. Provide a balanced curriculum – this means helping your child to acquire skills in reading, writing, mathematics, science and all areas identified as necessary and important by Clapham Manor School and the National Curriculum. Help your children become independent learners – encourage them to think for themselves, develop their own opinions, organise their own time and resources effectively. Help your child develop as an individual – encouraging confidence, self-esteem and positive relationships with other children and adults. If your child experiences difficulties in one or more areas, the class teacher will meet you to discuss how best we can work together to help your child in school. Personalised work may be planned to meet the needs of your child. Additional adult support may also be given. If, after this, we feel that further support is still necessary, we can apply for support from agencies outside the school. If so, your child can be placed on the Special Educational Needs Register. An Educational Psychologist or Speech and Language Therapist must assess your child in a series of learning situations and report back the findings, to help us decide what type of support your child needs to overcome or lessen the difficulties. In very exceptional circumstances it may be necessary to initiate a full assessment leading to an Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP) through Lambeth Special Educational Needs Department If you have any concerns about your child’s progress, please contact your child’s class teacher, the SEND Co -ordinator or Head teacher to discuss them. For further information please make an appointment to see the SENDCo or Assistant Headteacher for Inclusion. 21 Clapham Manor Primary School

Useful Information School Times Nursery 9.00 – 11.45 Morning session 1.00 – 3.30 Afternoon session 9.15 – 3.30 Full time Phase 1 and 2 (Infants) 9.15 – 12.00 Morning session 12.00 – 1.10 Lunch break 1.10 – 3.30 Afternoon session Phase 3 and 4 (Juniors) 9.00 – 12.30 Morning session 12.30 – 1.35 Lunch break 1.35 – 3.30 Afternoon session The playground is supervised from 8.45am. There are shelters in both the infant and junior playgrounds if the weather is poor. Pupils are not allowed into the building before school starts unless attending breakfast club or collected by their class teacher or under supervision by the teacher on duty. The teaching day finishes at 3.30pm for both infants and juniors and teachers endeavour to have children in the playground shortly after this time. The children are taken into the playgrounds at the end of the day by their class teachers before being dismissed, so please wait for them there. This arrangement is to stop congestion in our narrow corridors, which would be very dangerous if ever there was a fire. Please collect your children on time. If there is an emergency and you think you may be late, please let the school know. Children who are not collected on time may be referred to Lambeth Social Services. Nursery children must be collected by an adult. Clapham Manor Primary School 22

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