Brindle St James’ CE Primary School is a mainstream school. We believe that every teacher is a teacher of every child or young person, including those with SEND. If children are not able to ‘learn the way we teach’ then we must ‘teach the way they learn’. Good practice for pupils with special educational needs is good practice for all.
- Our school community aims to provide an education that develops all children to their full potential within a safe, happy and creative environment. We believe that people learn best in different ways. At our school, we provide a rich and varied learning environment that allows all children to develop their skills and abilities to their full potential.
- We aim to maintain a Christian ethos that encourages curiosity and life-long enthusiasm for learning and fosters mutual respect for people of all faiths and cultures.
- We are committed to meeting the special educational needs of pupils and ensuring that they make good progress and reach their full potential. This is achieved through targeted and focused provision with maximum impact, building confidence and self-esteem. We aim to raise the aspirations of and expectations for all pupils with additional of special educational needs.
Ms Anna Latimer, school SENDCO, is available in school Monday to Wednesday, telephone number 01254 852379. Mrs Austin will be your point of contact should Ms Latimer not be available.
The documents below provide information on our local offer and Lancashire County Council's offer. as well as the SEND Information Report and Local Offer for our school.