The Local Offer
At Moseley we see all our children as ‘unique’ individuals and endeavour to enable each child to achieve to his/her full potential, whatever their ability or specific educational need, by providing equal opportunities for all within our school.
We aim to achieve this through the removal of barriers to learning and through participation. Our curriculum promotes the development of the whole child as confident, resourceful and independent learners who are able to face the future with resilience and ingenuity.
Through appropriate curriculum provision we respect and acknowledge that children:
We want our children to feel that they are fully-inclusive and valued members of our school community.
Moseley is committed to working in partnership with parents/carers, external agencies, federation schools and Coventry Local Authority, whose children have been identified with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
Moseley’s Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Offer
Meeting individual needs
Every child is important to us and is recognised as a unique individual with particular needs.
The Staff implement a range of teaching strategies and approaches to ensure that the learning needs of all children can be met.
Children with addition learning needs
Moseley caters for pupils with a range of additional educational needs and ensures that provision for these pupils support them to access all areas of the curriculum.
Gifted and Talented Children
Moseley caters for children who are gifted in a particular subject or talented in a particular area. Many opportunities are created to develop these children within their regular lesson and access to wider experiences.
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities at Moseley
Discrimination: Moseley is committed to ensuring children have equal opportunity to access all aspects of our curriculum.
Access to the curriculum
All children have an entitlement to a broad and balanced curriculum, which is differentiated to enable them to:
Teachers use a range of strategies to meet the children’s special educational needs. Lessons have clear learning objectives, with tasks being differentiated appropriately (With the use of resources and of adult support). Assessment is used to inform the next stage of learning; and is monitored by the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) to ensure that children are making the necessary progress.
Provision for pupils with disabilities and additional educational needs
At Moseley all learners have equality of provision according to their need and as such benefit equally from school policies and programmes, whatever their ability.
Children with SEND are supported by:
Partnership with parents and carers
Moseley works very closely with parents/carers in support of their children with SEND. We actively encourage partnership through regular meetings and ongoing dialogue with them.
Moseley is an accessible building for any person with physical disabilities.
The Staff at Moseley have undertaken training led by a range of professionals involved with children with SEND in the following areas:
Working with children with specific physical disabilities
Working with children with speech, language and communication needs
Working with children with hearing impairment
Working with children with Autistic Spectrum Condition
Working with children with behavioural difficulties
Additional English intervention and booster sessions
Additional Mathematics intervention and booster sessions
Additional Systematic Synthetic Phonic sessions
Staff training is ongoing and is relevant to the children in the school and in response to current national developments in SEND.
If you would like to know more about what we can offer contact us at:
Moseley Primary School, Moseley Avenue, Coundon, CV6 1AB
Tel: 02476 593572
Deputy Head Teacher