At St George the Martyr School we recognise that each child has unique qualities and abilities. Children may have learning, physical, emotional or social needs which may require special support and provision over the long or short term.
Childrens needs are identified and assessed according to the new national code of practice which became statutory in 2014 and help is provided in school or sometimes from outside agencies for those who need it. The school policy on pupils with special educational needs is available to parents from the school office. You can also find a copy of this on our policy page.
We also aim to ensure that disabled pupils feel part of the life of the school and are included by staff and their peers in all aspects of school life. We ask parents/carers of pupils with disabilities who are considering sending their child to St George the Martyr School to make an appointment to visit the school and meet the Headteacher. The governors and staff are proud of our accessible building.