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Manor Farm Junior School

An Academy of the Great Learners Trust




 At Manor Farm Junior School, regardless of their starting point, background, individual needs, interests or aspirations, we will:

  • stimulate our pupils' curiosity about the world and ensure they are equipped to reach their full potential,
  • welcome our pupils into a community they feel part of and are proud to share with others
  • give our pupils the confidence to do the right thing and the resilience we need to achieve our dreams.


We will do this within a happy and safe environment and with a relentless drive to do the best for everyone, together, as a team.We have a strong reputation for our inclusive approach, which covers all curriculum lessons, assemblies, school visits and residential trips, sporting activities, social activities, play times and extra-curricular clubs. We use Quality First Teaching (QFT) for high-quality differentiation.We support children with a wide range of needs: autism, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, language disorder, language delay, global delay, dyslexia, literacy/numeracy difficulties and social, emotional and mental health needs. We use a wide range of strategies to support children with SEND in school, which vary depending on the need of the child. For example, we use Nessy (an online programme for reading and spelling for dyslexia) and Dynamo (for dyscalculia). Support can be both within the class or in a small group where needed.


Our SENDCo role includes coordinating all our SEND provisions and needs. We have a passion for helping all children reach their potential and will identify pupils with SEND. The school has a nominated governor with responsibility for SEND. This is Ellie Cheshire. The key contacts regarding SEND are the Head teacher and the SENDCo. They can be contacted via the office on 01494 814622.

Manor Farm Junior School has a complaints policy and this is available from the school and on the school website policies page here.

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