HEADTEACHER WELCOME

Message from our Head Teacher

Welcome to Haydonleigh Primary School’s website and to a school where ‘I am talented, together we are amazing’ underpins our philosophy.

We provide a secure and happy environment where the work is varied and challenging and every child and adult is valued. We set the children and ourselves high standards to enable every child to develop his or her potential to the full and become confident learners.

All parents are very welcome at Haydonleigh, and we see home and school working together as very important for your child.

Our website will give you a flavour of our school’s aims, the activities that the children are involved in, the achievements that we have gained and the wealth of memorable experiences that the children encounter.

I hope you enjoy the website and if you'd like to visit the school, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Frances Billinge

I am talented, together we are amazing !

Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

 

 

Debbie Peart - Inclusion Manager   Naomi Kershaw - SENCo

 

A child has special education needs if he or she has a learning difficulty, which calls for special educational provision to be made for them. Haydonleigh Primary School is committed to inclusion, ensuring all pupils are given the support they need to fulfil their full potential. They should be equally valued and be fully included in aspects of school life. At Haydonleigh we are aware that children are all different and make progress at different rates. They have different ways in which they learn best. Our teachers take account of this in the way they organise their lessons and teach. Children making slower progress or having particular difficulties in one area may be given extra help or different lessons to help them succeed. We believe that working in partnership with you as parents or carers to support your child in whatever way we can will enable your child to achieve their potential.

 

Further information on what our school offers can be found here: 

 

Day to day support for all pupils is directed by the class teacher with additional support from Teaching Assistants. Any queries regarding a pupils learning should be directed to the class teacher in the first instance

Should you have any further queries please contact the school office (Tel: 700443).

 

For Swindon Borough Council's social care information and advice, please visit their website;My Care My Support by clicking here. There are a variety of organisations outside of school, who can support families with children who have a range of disabilities and needs.

The Swindon Advocacy Movement (SAM) provide a free, independent and accessible advocacy service in Swindon. Their service is available to people with a learning disability, high functioning Autism or Asperger’s. They can be contacted directly:

Swindon Advocacy Movement

Sanford House

Sanford Street

Swindon SN1 1QH

Phone: 01793 542575/01793 542266

Fax: 01793 423124

Email: info@swindonadvocacy.org.uk