At St Saviour School, we endeavour to treat each child as an individual ensuring that all children fulfil their potential. The school has a clear policy for identifying children with Special Educational Needs.

 

When a child is considered to have learning difficulties these are identified at an early stage by the class teacher. In consultation with our Special Needs’ Co-ordinator, Mrs Kemp, the child is entered on the Special Needs Register. Parents are informed at this stage and the child’s work is closely monitored.

 

Occasionally a child’s needs are such that we seek outside advice and help from numerous support agencies within Bolton LEA. Parents are always kept informed.

 

The school is also keen to extend its more able pupils. Differentiation is provided by means of curriculum enrichment both in class and through withdrawal where necessary

 

Health and Safety Education

 

We aim to give the children an awareness of the need to care for their own bodies through good personal habits. We aim to teach them knowledge and skills of safety education in the home, at play and on roads, as well as in school. The Police, Fire Service, Ambulance Service and the Road Safety Unit have visited our school to talk to the pupils about safety.