Inclusion and Special Educational Needs
and Disability

Hello! I am Alison Randall. I am  the SENCo at Greenmount. I have been teaching for just over 20 years now and have experience in  mainstream and specialist schools.

I work closely with staff in school and outside agencies to make sure our children have the correct support so that they can progress with their learning. I am available to meet with parents to discuss any concerns you have with your child’s learning or social and emotional needs.

At Greenmount we provide an inclusive learning environment and a broad, rich curriculum which will meet the needs of all pupils including those with disabilities, special educational needs, different ethnic and cultural backgrounds and those with English as an additional language.

Learning diversity will be recognised and planned for, any barriers to learning and participation will be challenged and supported, and all pupils will be provided with equal opportunity. Parents will be fully involved in the education of their children and they will be fully informed when special educational provision is being considered for their child.

Our SEN information report details everything we do in school and answers many frequently ask questions.  Please don’t hesitate to contact school if you have any further questions.

Greenmount is a fully accessible school.

Read and download our full SEND report here

At Greenmount Primary School we are committed to:

The Safeguarding and wellbeing of all children and adults

Unlocking every child’s potential to learn and succeed

Early intervention and the Early Support principles

(uk/help-for-disabled-child/early-support-programme).

All provision for SEND pupils is overseen and managed by the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) and is co-ordinated by the Special Educational Needs Coordinators who are both members of the Senior Leadership Team. The SLT monitor, review and evaluate all SEND provision on a regular basis throughout the year and report to the school governing body on how individual needs are being met and how SEND funding from the local authority is being spent. Individual families are able to access clear information about how funding is used to support individual learners. Greenmount Primary School’s governing body will be responsible for the well-being and achievement of all children.

The following policies are available and reflect the school’s commitment to inclusion, safety and well-being of children:

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Policy

Accessibility Plan

Safeguarding/ Child Protection policy

Behaviour Policy

Anti-Bullying Policy

Health and Safety Policies

Positive Restraint

Care and Control Policy