Lynch Hill welcome our duties under the Equality Act 2010 to eliminate discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations in relation to age (as appropriate), disability, ethnicity, gender (including issues of transgender) and of maternity and pregnancy, religion and belief, and sexual identity.
All students are entitled to equality of education and opportunities, and to reach his or her full potential. We are committed to raising the aspirations and expectations for all students with SEN, including those identified as Gifted or Talented and/or who would benefit from aspiration-raising programmes. The SEND policy provides full details of the way that the school identifies, supports and monitors the needs of pupils with special educational needs. Primarily, we will regularly monitor, evaluate and modify strategies for students with additional needs to help them progress. Our Special Educational Needs and Disability Coordinator (SENDCO) will ensure that students with specific needs are appropriately supported at the correct level. As part of the process, the SENDCO and Head of Year will liaise closely with parents, ensuring that all students with special educational needs or disability flourish through a strong partnership between home and school.
Our current brand new state of the art building which opened in April 2017 offers full disabled access and facilities.
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