The strong commitment to reducing barriers to the learning of all pupils.
Inclusion for Achievement at Winton Primary School
At Winton Primary School we aspire to promote the achievement of all of our young learners and break down any barriers that may get in the way of their success. We aim to identify and address underachievement by making systematic use of pupil assessment data, parent information and teacher assessment to plan for individual needs.
The ‘Inclusion for Achievement Team’ at Winton is led by the Assistant Head for Inclusion, Sue Roberts. The team brings together the skill and expertise of highly trained Teaching Assistants, the Learning Mentor and our Higher Level Teaching Assistant’. Also working with the ‘Inclusion for Achievement Team’ are our Midday Meals Assistants who work relentlessly to provide all of our children with a ‘high quality’ lunchtime experience that develops vital play skills and social skills.
The Inclusion for Achievement Team works closely with children, families, and other agencies to support vulnerable learners and ensure that all children have their needs met. This multi-agency approach of working with children, families and staff at Winton are made up of the following Teams:
Educational Psychology Service to support pupils with Special Educational Needs.
The Bridge School Outreach service for pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Education Welfare Service to support attendance.
Primary Pupil Referral Outreach Team for pupils with ‘Challenging Behaviour’
Hearing impairment services and outreach from specialist schools
Vision impairment services and outreach from specialist schools and agencies
Speech and Language Service (SALT)
Children’s Social Care [Social Services]
Additional services for specific children (bereavement, counselling, Chance UK and Friendship Works)
Additional services for parents including advice and support from ‘The Parent House