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17 April 2024 in Latest news

Developing Healthy Sleep Patterns

For children and young people, low-quality sleep can become a serious issue. It has been theorised that poor sleep can have a significant impact on children’s brain development, affecting them…
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14 April 2024 in Latest news

6 o’clock Storytime

⭐️📚Sunday 6 o’clock Storytime Starring… Miss Green - one of our Reception teachers 📚⭐️    Don’t forget to subscribe to our school YouTube account to keep up to date…
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Our school motto is ‘Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders’ and this is embedded into the ethos of the school for all our children.


At Park Lane we are committed to ensuring all children receive quality first teaching within the classroom. Each lesson is differentiated by our highly trained teachers to meet the needs of the individual child. All classes are fully equipped with Maths and English resources to promote individual learning. The school promotes an environment which is communication friendly with the support of visual timetables, literacy and numeracy process lines and visual prompts.

Children are assessed according to their levels of needs and targets are set, monitored and reviewed half termly in light of the progress made. Where necessary, timely, focused interventions are put in place to address the barriers to learning some children face. If children persistently struggle to achieve, we have a highly tailored Nurture team on hand to provide additional support. Where necessary, parental consent will be sought for school to liaise with external agencies, e.g., Educational Psychologists, Early Help Service, Speech and Language Therapy, IDS, CAMHS/RISE, for additional advice and assessment.

If further support is needed, the school may agree to start the process towards an Educational Health Care Plan. However, this is up to the discretion of the schools SENDco as to whether your child meets the Local Authorities threshold. Please be aware that this is a lengthy process and if you would like more information, you should arrange an appointment with the schools SENDco.

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in children may be mild to severe or temporary to long term. Being part of the Griffin’s School Trust, we adhere to our fundamental pillars. We ensure a culture of 100% achievement for all our Griffins. We ensure that our SEND provision is of the highest quality and take into account the children in school that may have differing needs, and implement appropriate provision for them. We do this through half-termly Pupil Progress Meetings, quality first teaching and daily interventions which are constantly reviewed and further programmes are put into place to accelerate progress.

Should you need to speak to the SENDco please call the school office on: 02476382924 and ask to speak with Erica Callow.

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