Inclusion and SEND
At Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School we firmly believe that all children have an entitlement to be educated alongside their peers in their local community. As an inclusive community, we are deeply committed to removing the barriers to learning and participation that can hinder or exclude individual pupils, or groups of pupils. Equality of opportunity is a reality for all our children within school and we all work a relentlessly as a team to ensure this.
We provide support to all our parents, through meetings and our termly SEN surgeries, as we understand the vital role our families play in the well-being and development of their children and the importance of working together as a team.
We provide support for children with a wide range of special educational needs including those with:
- Communication and interaction needs; this includes children who have speech language and communication difficulties including autistic spectrum conditions.
- Cognition and Learning needs; this includes children who have learning difficulties and specific learning difficulties like dyslexia, dyspraxia and dyscalculia.
- Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs.
- Sensory and/or Physical needs; this includes children who have visual or hearing needs, or a physical disability that affects their learning.
We ensure that children receive personalised interventions and pastoral care, whether it is for their social and emotional needs, special educational needs, disabilities, behaviour, mental health or medical needs. We support teachers and parents to identify and meet the needs of every child, providing opportunities for real-life learning and work with a wide range of external agencies and professionals to ensure the best possible provision for our vulnerable pupils.
Our SENCo is Mrs Sybil Weisman. She can be contacted via the school office.
Please click here to view our Inclusion and SEN Policy
Please click here to view our SEN Information Report
Please click here to find details of the Barnet local offer
Please click here for further information on how these changes might affect your child can be found in this useful publication
Please click here to view our Accessibility Plan
Please click here to view our Zones of Regulation Powerpoint