Special Educational Needs and Disability

At Broadacre Primary School, we value all children equally whatever the differences in their abilities or behaviours and believe that every child matters.

We cherish this diversity and recognise the benefits to everyone in having an inclusive education system.

At Broadacre Primary School, we ensure all pupils, regardless of their specific needs, are supported to make the best possible progress.

We believe that pupils with SEND and their parent/carers should be at the heart of planning and decision making.

We aspire to the HET vision of a person-centred approach. We aim to provide opportunities for pupils with SEND and their parent/carers to play an active role in planning their provision in accordance with the SEND Code of Practice 2014.

Our ASC Resource Base

We have a 10 place resource base where children with Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) needs are taught.

To be eligible for a place in the Resource Base, your child must have an Education Health and Care Plan.

Unlike main school admissions, access to the Resource Base is organised separately with the Local Authority. 

For a child to access the resource base, the school will need to be consulted with by Hull Local Authority and it is through them that our placements are made.

For further information about this process, please see the Local Offer Website or contact the SEND Assessment and Review Team at the Local Authority.

Further Information

‘Adult interactions in early years are well planned to support resilient and purposeful learning.’

Ofsted comments

‘Teachers are supported to plan stimulating and interesting lessons.’

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‘The early years learning area is bright and inviting, with a focus on vocabulary development through song and rhyme.’

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‘The school provides a happy and welcoming environment with a ‘family feeling’ in the new, large school building.’

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‘Pupils with SEND receive high-quality and effective support, allowing them to access the full curriculum.’

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‘The mathematics curriculum has improved significantly, leading to confident problem-solving abilities in pupils.’

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‘The school has specially resourced provisions for pupils with SEND, particularly those with autism spectrum disorder.’

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‘Pupils regularly revisit past learning, and assessments are used effectively to plan next steps.’

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‘A new phonics scheme has been introduced, improving the teaching of reading.’

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‘Pupils’ behavior is extremely good, with a calm and purposeful atmosphere.’

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‘Staff and pupils show great respect for each other.’

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‘High expectations for all pupils are maintained by all adults at the school.’

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‘The curriculum includes personal, social, and emotional development, with a focus on values such as democracy and respect.’

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