Our Intent Statement
At Pinders, we want our SEND children to grow in confidence and understanding. We want them to have skills to access the curriculum and begin to develop their independence. We believe in the inclusive nature of our school and also our extra-curricular services.
The staff are committed to helping pupils with learning difficulties and aim to help every child to achieve his or her potential irrespective of their needs. Small group teaching and flexibility in the organisation of the school day are amongst the ways in which pupils may be helped. These sessions are often led by Learning Support Assistants and the work is usually planned specifically to support the individual needs of the children in the group.
SENCO: Mrs Rowlands
SEN Link Governor: Mrs C Eaves
Telephone: 01924 303700
Inclusion at Pinders
All children are encouraged to take a full and active part in all aspects of school life wherever possible. The school's aims make it clear that inclusion of all children is regarded as very important at Pinders. The school is very active and successful in promoting a positive ethos to ensure that all pupils are accepted and that no pupils are treated less favourably than other pupils.