Inspiring a community
of successful learners

Hurst Park Primary School

Hurst Road, Molesey, West Molesey KT8 1QS

Inclusion

Inclusion at Hurst Park

Inclusion refers to children who are identified as having Additional Learning Needs. This may be children with Special Educational Needs, Disabilities, medical needs, those eligible for Pupil Premium, English as an Additional Language, being Gifted and/or Talented, or ‘vulnerable children’ such as Looked After Children, travellers or those from ethnic minorities.

Our inclusive approach to the curriculum at Hurst Park ensures that through regular assessment, close relationships with parents and carers, and constructive communication with other agencies, including Health and Social Care, we can ensure that the needs of all of our pupils are met and equal access to the curriculum is attainable for all.

For further information about our ‘Inclusion Offer’ please refer to our website or contact Judith Jenkins, our Inclusion Leader: inclusion@hurst-park.surrey.sch.uk

“All children have a gift inside them. For some it’s just harder to dig that gift out.”

Henry Winkler, Honorary OBE – awarded for becoming to children ‘a role model and an inspiration for overcoming their learning challenges’.

Frequently asked questions, SEND 14 (SEND information report)

Click here to see Hurst Park’s responses to 14 Frequently Asked Questions regarding our provision for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

 

Wave model of provision

Click here for further information about the ‘Wave Model’ of provision for children at Hurst Park.

 

Surrey’s Local Offer

By clicking on this link: https://www.surreylocaloffer.org.uk/kb5/surrey/localoffer/home.page, you will be able to access further information about all the services available in Surrey for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) aged 0 to 25 and those outside of the county that Surrey County Council is also responsible for.

 

Coronavirus (Covid-19) Catch-Up Premium

The government has allocated schools catch-up funding to enable pupils to close any gaps in learning caused by the UK lockdown, which resulted in school closures in spring/summer 2020.  Hurst Park’s catch-up funding is being used to part-fund additional teaching staff who provide intervention to pupils across the school that have fallen behind in their learning as a result of these closures.  The impact of this is assessed using the school’s tracking system to ensure these pupils are making accelerated progress.

 

Accessibility Plan

Click here to find out more about how we intend to continue to improve curriculum access for all of our pupils at Hurst Park.

 

Anxiety

Click here for useful information about anxiety.

 

Apps

You can find links to useful apps on a range of topics here.  They include: Autism, anxiety, mindfulness, sleep, low mood and many more…

SENDsational Newsletters

May 2022

April 2022

Home-School Link Worker

Do you think you might need support from our Home-School Link Worker?

If so, complete the confidential questionnaire below:

HSLW contact form

Bullying

Are you being bullied? Or are you a parent concerned that your child may be being bullied?

If so, speak to a member of staff or complete the confidential questionnaire below:

Bullying Concern Form

Thank you to Walton Charity for their support with our inclusion programmes.