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Arrangements for the admission of pupils with disabilities
In line with the SEN and Disability Act, we will not discriminate against disabled children and we will take all reasonable steps to provide effective educational provision. In order that children who have a disability may be catered for, the school seeks advice from the Local Authority. It may be necessary in some cases for specialised equipment to be purchased, support staff to be employed, and minor adaptations to be made to buildings and furniture. These will need to be done in consultation with the Local Authority.
Steps are taken to prevent disabled pupils being treated less favourably than other pupils
The school’s Accessibility Plan sets out the Governors’ response to the Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001, which requires that a pupil should not be treated less favourably because of a disability. The current plan is available from the school office.