What is the purpose of an accessibility plan?
The purpose of an accessibility plan is to show how our educational setting intends, over time, to increase accessibility to the physical environment, the curriculum and written information so that all pupils/students with a disability can take full advantage of their education and associated opportunities.
Our Lady and St Patrick's Accessibility Plan
This is our plan to make our learning environment, curriculum and parent information more accessible to all our school community. If you would like more information, please get in touch.
Catholic Primary School aims to be accessible for all children and adults with differing needs. The school fully meets the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 and all reasonable steps are taken to ensure that children are not placed at a disadvantage.
Accessibility of Information
Information is disseminated to parents by:
Accessibility of Provision
Every care is taken to ensure that all students have equal access to all provision:
All resources are appropriate to the age and ability of the students.
Specialist Equipment Recourses used in school to alleviate stress and to help pupils access the curriculum include:
Our Accessibility Plan (statutory requirement) describes the actions the school has taken to increase access to the environment, the curriculum and to printed information is available via the school website.
We are committed to inclusion and would be happy to discuss whatever steps necessary to ensure accessibility for all pupils who wish to attend Our Lady and St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School.