Inclusion and Hawthorn Hearing Resource Base
We hope you are staying safe at this difficult time and want to remind you that your teachers are available through the enquiry email address. Our outside agency support from Pupil School Support, Communication and Autism Team and our Educational Psychologist is also available over the phone and email.
Further advice and support at this difficult time can be found at https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zh9v382
Stay safe and stay at home.
At Hawthorn Primary, our mission is to enable all children and young people with SEND to achieve the best possible educational and wider outcomes making a successful transition into adulthood. This will be achieved through high quality teaching and provision that is differentiated and personalised, meeting the needs of the individual. From early identification pupils with SEND will receive high quality teaching, support strategies and interventions tailored to their individual needs which will enable them to achieve their full potential.
The Leader for Inclusion is Mrs F. Cook. You can contact Mrs Cook on email@example.com.
After the success of our parent drop in sessions we will be continuing these when school reopens. Please look out for the letters that come home in children's bags sharing these dates.
These sessions are times within the term parents or carers can drop in to school without the need for an appointment.
Please find available links to our Inclusion Policy, School's Local offer and our accessibility Plan. All these documents are regularly reviewed and shared with stakeholders.
Our Inclusion Policy
Hawthorn Primary Local Offer
Accessibility Planning - 2020
Our Safeguarding Policy
Our Hearing Resource Base.
At Hawthorn we are proud of our Hearing Resource Base. We have been established for many years and currently offer 15 places within the Resource Base.
Pupils who attend our resource base are part of the whole school and have a vital role to play in school. At Hawthorn Primary School we offer a highly differentiated and flexible curriculum to ensure learning is personalised to meet the individual needs of the pupils. We offer a well rounded curriculum and work hard to ensure pupils are ready for the next stage of their school life and young adulthood.
We have several teachers and support staff working with the hearing impaired pupils in school.
If you have any questions about your child or want to know a little more about the provision we offer, a member of staff will be happy to answer any questions.