Pupil Premium and SEND

At Harpley C of E Primary School we believe in providing the best that we can for all our pupils, whether they are gifted and talented, disadvantaged or vulnerable, or whether they have additional needs.  We have tried to achieve this by developing our school so that it meets this broad range of needs.

We have a building that is well maintained and accessible and an excellent range of facilities that include specialist books, computers and dedicated work areas.  Our friendly and well-trained staff deliver a range of activities and programmes that are designed to help all our children make progress. To see the school’s Accessibility Plan please click on the link.

To read our SEND Policy and Annual Statement (part of the Norfolk local offer) please click on the link to our Policies Page.

Norfolk SEND Partnership (previously known as Norfolk Parent Partnership) provides information, advice and support to parents and carers of children with special educational needs and disabilities at all stages of SEN support.  To access their website please click here.

Schools receive Government funding for both Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) and for disadvantaged or vulnerable groups of children, the latter being a Pupil Premium grant based on the level of disadvantage in a school. The disadvantage level is determined by a number of factors including the percentage of pupils eligible for Free School Meals over several years.

Our school aims are

  • To provide a supportive environment with Christian values where children feel happy and secure.
  • To provide a broad, balanced, relevant curriculum to develop skills, knowledge, creativity and independence enabling each child to reach their full potential.
At Harpley C of E Primary School we aim to ensure that all our children make good progress.  We make a particular point of meeting the needs of our most vulnerable children in order to ensure they make as good progress as other pupils and to provide equal opportunities.  Our use of SEND funding and the Pupil Premium reflect these aims.

 

 

To view details of Pupil Premium funding please click H PP-strategy Aut 2019

 

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