PARKVIEW NURSERY SCHOOL
2014 – 2017
The Accessibility Plan should be read in conjunction with the following policies, strategies and documents:
2.AIMS OF THE ACCESSIBILITY PLAN
In Parkview Nursery School, we have a commitment to equal opportunities for all members of the school community and our Accessibility Plan outlines our intention to remove barriers for people with a disability to:
Attached is an action plan showing how the school will address the priorities identified.
Compliance with the disability duty under the Equality Act is consistent with the school’s aims, Equality policy and the operation of the school’s Special Educational Needs (SEN) policy.
Parkview Nursery School strives to ensure that the culture and ethos of the school are such that, whatever the abilities and needs of members of the school community, everyone is equally valued and treats one another with respect. Pupils should be provided with the opportunity to experience, understand and value diversity.
The Purpose and Direction of the School’s Plan: Vision and Values
Parkview Nursery School:
Information from Pupil Data and School Audit
The school has identified that we have, as at the start of the academic year 2014 several students with SEND. Their difficulties include ASC, Hearing Impairment, Speech and Language delay and delayed Physical Development.
In order to ensure that our data is up to date and accurate we will liaise with the Local Authority, our feeder pre-schools and the Health Visitor so as to identify and therefore plan a response to students with a disability well before they arrive.
Date: November 2014 Review Date
PARKVIEW NURSERY SCHOOL ACCESSIBILITY PLAN September 2014-July 2018|
IMPROVING THE CURRICULUM ACCESS AT PARKVIEW NURSERY SCHOOL|
IMPROVING THE PHYSICAL ACCESS AT PARKVIEW NURSERY SCHOOL|
IMPROVING THE DELIVERY OF WRITTEN INFORMATION AT PARKVIEW NURSERY SCHOOL|