Our Inclusion Statement
At Hungerford Primary Academy, we provide equality of opportunity. For us, inclusive education means tailored provision to meet the needs of all learners. We believe that quality learning takes place both inside and outside the classroom, and at the heart of our thinking is the commitment that all children are actively included and fully engaged. Our school is a working, cohesive community that removes barriers to learning and respects diversity in all its forms. We value differences in belief and opinion, customs, appearance, ideas and ability, and we always endeavour to be an inclusive school family.
If your child has a special educational need and you have any concerns, please speak to the class teacher in the first instance. However, if you feel that the issue remains unresolved, please contact Rachel Whiston (SENDCo), who will be happy to meet with you. Please follow our formal complaints procedure and fill out the Complaint form (both located on our Policies page) to be submitted to the Headteacher if you wish to progress the matter further.