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Aldeburgh Primary School

Aldeburgh Primary School is at the heart of our local community with links to the wider world. We strive to cater for the needs of all our children including those with SEND. We have recently been graded as 'a good School' by OFSTED. We deliver an exciting curriculum taking into account the needs of all our learners.

Who to contact

Name
Mr James Ratcliffe
Position
Acting Head Teacher
Telephone
01728 452150
Email
Aldeburgh.admin@avocetacademy.org
Website
http://www.aldeburghprimary.org.uk/

Additional contact

Additional Website
Suffolk County Council website

Where to go

Name
Aldeburgh Primary School
Address
Park Road
Aldeburgh
Suffolk
Postcode
IP15 5EU
Area served
Aldeburgh

Days & Times

Time of day
Morning
Afternoon

Other details

Age Groups
Children (5-11)
School Transport assistance
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Notes

Aldeburgh Primary School Has recently been graded as a 'Good School' by OFSTED. We endeavour to provide exciting learning experiences for all children including those with SEND. We are an inclusive School and adapt our opportunities and experiences to meet the needs of all our children.

School Type
Primary
School Status
Academy
Academy Sponsor/Trust
Avocet Multi Academy Trust
Ofsted
View the latest Ofsted Inspection Report
DfE Number
2058
Last Updated
21/07/2014

Local Offer Local Offer Record

Experience of including people with special educational needs and disabilities

Our School has a SENCO who holds the NASENCO qualification. We have two HLTA’s who have relevant training in interventions. All our remaining LSA’s hold up to date training in interventions. We regularly meet with other agencies such as speech and language, health workers, learning support, outreach services and others.

Interventions are adapted where required and include: Toe by toe, gym trail, catch up reading, bubble talk time, phonics, ALS 3 and 4, one to one tuition, PSHE creative group, reading and writing, mentoring, FLS, one to one support, dyslexic outreach services, more able reading, more able writing, springboard maths, behavioural support and our EHCP offer with multi agency support. We endeavour to meet the needs of all our children and will add to or adapt interventions to suit the children we provide for.We assess interventions every half term to ensure progress is being made and make changes where necessary.

Meetings are held with teachers, children, LSA’s and parents to establish targets and objectives for the next half term. 

Contact
Alison Norman, SENCO
Telephone
01728 452150
Email
ad.aldeburgh.p@talk21.com
Links
SEND Policy July 2014
Local Offer
Conditions Supported
Autistic spectrum conditions
Communication difficulties
Health conditions
Learning difficulties
Mental health conditions
Physical disabilities
Sensory impairments

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