Access and Inclusion
Welcome to our Access and Inclusion pages.
Here you will find all relevant information that you may need:
- SEND Policy
- SEND Guidance Criteria
- SEND Quick Read
- SEN Information Report
- SEND leaflet 2017/18
- Special Education Needs and disabilities guide for parents
- Continuing Professional Development to Support Children with SEND
- SEN Support
- SEND Reforms
- What do we mean by impartial IAS
- What if I do not agree
- Waved Interventions at Hagley
- Dyslexia Presentation
- School Accessibility Plan
- TAL Supporting Dyslexia
- LGBT Information and Contact Booklet
- School Health Nurse
Please click here to see the presentation from our parents workshop.
Social, Emotional & Mental Health
Books to support Wellbeing, please click here
Jack, Pets As Therapy dog
Bubble & Squeak, Thrive pets
Therapeutic Play at Hagley
Hagley Primary School is proud to have trained therapeutic play practitioners. Therapeutic play may be offered if your child's class teacher has identified that your child needs support with their emotional well-being and this play-based strategy complements our existing successful Thrive programme. Through the therapeutic use of play our practitioners provide children with the opportunity to express their feelings naturally and safely.
During the sessions children are provided with a selection of play materials such as small figures, animals, sand and water, musical instruments, clay, books and art and craft materials. Rather than encouraging children to use verbal explanations of any concerns they may have, our trained staff will help your child to express their feelings through play. If you have any questions about therapeutic play please call Kerry Baggott our Lead TA for Social and Emotional Wellbeing or Mrs Hyland, our Assistant Head Teacher with Responsibilities for Access and Inclusion.
Speech & Language
Please click here for 54 Ideas for parents to get Worcestershire talking.
Opportunities for Stretch &
Please click here to view our slide show involving our more able artists.
The children have been enjoying an after school book club with Mrs Hyland and Mr Bate. The club offers challenging texts and plenty of discussion. The books we have looked at so far in our sessions are:
|Once by Morris Gleitzman|
|Wonder by RJ Palacio|
|Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll|