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We value the uniqueness of the individual and seek to celebrate the strengths and talents of all our community. For more details please take a look at the following documents: Equality Scheme Accessibility Plan Equality of Opportunity Policy
We aim to support each child to become the very best learner that he/she can be. Sometimes this involves planning particular interventions or tailoring our provision to meet the specific needs of a child. For more information concerning STM provision please look at the following documents: SEND Policy SEN Information Report Summary of Provision for
Pupils at STM Provision for Supporting Children with Autism School and LA Commitment to SEND
To see the DfE guidance please click on the link - SEND Code of Practice
We have high expectations of all our pupils, regardless of their starting points, and understand that individuals can excel in different areas. We have therefore taken the decision to have a policy which reflects our desire to enhance the talents of all - please click on the link - Developing Talents Policy
We create opportunities for pupils to experience and excel in a range of activities that enhance and extend their learning, both inside and outside the classroom. Provision includes: themed days and targeted weeks; regular Mud Clubs; trips and visits linked to curriculum areas; access to specialist workshops; participation in sporting events, both in and out of school; visiting speakers and much more.
For more details of provision for our Most Able Pupils - please click on the following document - Provision for Most Able Pupils at STM
Approximately 30% of our pupils have English as an additional language (EAL). We therefore feel that it is important to understand some of the particular issues that are associated with this in order to ensure that we can offer the very best support to our pupils. We are currently involved in a research project in collaboration with Sheffield Hallam University and the Education Endowment Foundation.
We continually review and adapt our provision to ensure that it meets the needs of our pupils.
For an understanding of the expectations of a typical day at an English primary school – please click here.