Langdale Primary School is an inclusive mainstream school which aims to include all pupils in all aspects of school life and support our children to meet their potential and achieve at school. This is achieved in the following ways:
1. Quality First Teaching is provided to all children.
2. All staff are committed to removing any barriers to learning and participation in school life that can hinder or exclude individual pupils or groups of pupils.
3. A nurturing environment is provided where children feel safe, secure and able to achieve to their highest ability.
4. A range of teaching approaches are used to accommodate the different learning styles of the children.
5. All pupils are equipped with the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to succeed as responsible and valued members of the community.
6. The curriculum provided at Langdale Primary School enables all our children to develop their acquisition of skills, knowledge, attitudes and values, thus enabling them to realise their spiritual, emotional and academic potential.
7. Pupils with SEND and their parents/carers are involved in the planning, assessing, delivering and reviewing of the child’s progress and attainment throughout their learning journey at Langdale Primary School.
8. All children are provided with the opportunity to access wider school life and participate fully in our school community.
9. Our policies and procedures for the raising of standards apply to all children thus ensuring inclusive schooling for all children including those with SEND
Our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) is Mr Baxter
The Governors and staff of Langdale Primary School are committed to the principle and practice of equality of opportunity.
We have an inclusive ethos which means all staff, pupils and parents work together to ensure that everyone, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, disability or social background can thrive.
Alongside our commitment to valuing the cultural inheritance of all the pupils in the school we also develop our pupils understanding and appreciation of equality and diversity, in both the school and the wider British society.
Through our PSHCE scheme, RE scheme, themed weeks, cultural days and assemblies, we ensure our pupils consider and value diversity and celebrate different cultural inheritances.
Pupils are taught to respect and celebrate difference and understand that everyone, regardless of race, gender, sexuality or disability has equal value. Staff model respect and understanding in all their dealings within school.
Our equality objectives are:
Do you feel you need any extra support or advice regarding SEN or what the school should provide? If so, contact Staffordshire SENDIASS for free, impartial advice. The website can be found at: