Inclusion (Ages 4-18)
At Roundhay School, we believe it is essential to provide a well-balanced, challenging curriculum for all pupils. It is important that we help all children achieve their full potential, regardless of any barriers to learning. Our aim is to provide all children with the best possible outcome in preparation for lifelong learning. We believe it is imperative that children acquire skills, knowledge and confidence that can be applied to all future learning experiences, including social, physical and spiritual development.
In order to accomplish this, children need to feel valued, listened to and respected. We ensure they have equal access to high-quality provisions and support their learning, whatever educational need they may have.
We are passionate about developing confidence, self-belief and a growth mindset in all our children. The achievements, attitudes and wellbeing of all our children matter.
We are proud of our diversity and work relentlessly to ensure that all of our children are happy, safe and well-supported in school. Building and sustaining great relationships with pupils and adults in school is at the heart of our work. We have embedded a culture of tolerance, respect and understanding throughout our school community so that all pupils are able to be the best versions of themselves.
The Whole Inclusion Team (Ages 4-18)
WHAT DO OUR PARENTS SAY?
“Communication with the school is a real pleasure. Understanding of my child’s needs and quick responses to concerns are huge strengths of the inclusion team.”
“There is a strong feeling that the student’s wellbeing is at the centre of everything you do.”
“I feel there is an open door policy, and I can email/ pick up the phone at any point. Hats off to you guys, you’re doing a sterling job!”
“We are very impressed with the wonderful provision that our child benefits from at Roundhay School – it is obvious that his wellbeing is central to all that you do, and we are very grateful that he is lucky enough to benefit from your care and support.”
“Your support and collaboration with us and external agencies are highly unusual. We’re so proud of the school. You deserve to celebrate achievements that have resulted from hard work, dedication, with the courage to take risks and be different.”
Rebecca HirstThrough-School Strategic Leader of SEND 4-18
Laura ColesPrimary SENCo
Meet the team
Click Here To Go to Our Secondary Dyslexia Resourced Provision Page
The Four Broad Areas of SEND Need
- Glossary of SEND Terms
- Roundhay School SEND Policy
- Local Offer Information
- Through School Provision Map
- Roundhay School Equality Information and Objectives Policy (Public Sector Equality Duty)
- Roundhay School Equality and Diversity Policy
- Roundhay School Accessibility Plan
- SEND Information Report 2023-24