Go to 'children' and 'learning at home' where you can find lots of activities and daily lessons from RWI and White Rose Maths.
At Bowlee Park we work with children and their families who have a wide range of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Our SEND philosophy places SEND children at the heart of personalised learning and our curriculum and provision is tailored to meet individual children’s needs. All pupils follow the National Curriculum at a level and pace suitable for their ability and to successfully match pupil ability to the Curriculum, we are committed to:
• Differentiated materials (both for reinforcement and extension).
• Access to ICT.
. A range of teaching and learning styles.
• Additional in class support.
• Additional out of class support.
• Flexible groupings (including small group work).
• An innovative and supportive curriculum.
• The appropriate use of rewards and sanctions.
• Mentoring and counselling.
• A broad range of extra-curricular activities.
• Assessment procedures that emphasise children’s strengths and achievements.
For more information about SEND in our school please read the SEND Information Report below, which can be downloaded. In addition the school Accessibility Plan and a SEND Guide for Parents can be accessed here.
Rochdale's Local Offer
Rochdale's Local Offer for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) outlines various forms of support to help your child and is available by clicking on the link below.
Additional support is available from various outside agencies:
Information about Rochdale SENDiass (an organisation to support families of children with SEND) and how this organisation can support you is in the below.
Rochdale Borough Council and NHS Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale offer a number of social and leisure short break opportunities for children with disabilities. These services and how you can access them are listed in the document available for download below.
If you need support with your child’s emotional health and wellbeing then NHS Pennine Care operate a service called ‘#Thrive’. Please download the leaflet for details about how to access this service.
For further information about these services click on the links below:
Who can I contact for further information or if I have any issues or concerns?
The first point of contact for anything related to your child’s education is the class teacher. We encourage parents not to wait for the next formal opportunity to meet but to contact us on an ongoing basis. Or, the SENCO/senior leaders can be contacted directly to discuss your concerns.
SENCO for children in Nursery, Reception, Year One or Year Two - Mrs Smith
SENCO for children in Year Three, Year Four, Year Five or Year Six - Mr Fairhurst