Accessibility Plan

Vision Statement

Our vision is to create a community based on Catholic faith and values where every child is empowered to be the best he or she can be, nurtured by outstanding teachers, staff and governors.

Accessibility Plan 2014 – 2017

  Targets Strategies Outcome Time FrameGoals Achieved
Short TermSchool plans increasing access for disabled pupils.
School plans to improve access to designated areas during new build project.
Consult with staff and governorsResults incorporated into building plan.Annually New access areas 
Medium TermAll staff to receive disability equality awareness training Ensure staff induction procedures include reference to disability equality issues.
Seek training provider for disability equality awareness training 
Areas for training identified
Induction procedures updated
Training takes place 
 Sept 2015Staff team awareness raised and staff better prepared to increase access to curriculum and building 
 Availability of written materials in alternative formats.School makes itself aware of services available through LEA for converting written materials into alternative formats. When needed the school provides written materials in alternative formats. Annually as appropriate Delivery of information to disabled pupils improved.
 Revisit training for teachers on differentiating the curriculum.Differentiation in subjects Teachers planning shows lessons are differentiated Ongoing planningContinued access to the National Curriculum for all pupils 
Long Term School plans to improve access to remaining designated areas over successive financial years as required. Planned use of minor capital delegated resources and discussion with Diocese  School’s entry areas, will be fully accessible.Financial year 2014 2017 Physical accessibility of school increased.