All students have a right to a broad, balanced curriculum, relevant and differentiated to develop their abilities and maximise their potential, to provide stimulating, satisfying and progressive educational experiences and to equip them for adult life.
The Governing Body and staff of RPA welcome students of all abilities.
All members of staff at RPA are aware of their role and the responsibility they share for identifying and making effective provision for the additional educational needs of all students.
RPA actively encourages an effective partnership in developing and implementing a joint approach with the school in meeting additional educational needs and welcomes the involvement of families in the process of assessing and making effective provision for additional educational needs.
RPA believes that students should be supported for their learning as well as to reinforce their personal confidence and self-esteem.
The Governing Body and staff of RPA recognise that additional educational needs are not static, that students and needs change over time and that all aspects of its policy require review on an annual basis and appropriate adjustments made.
The school’s arrangements for admitting students apply, except in relation to those students with a Statement of Special Educational Needs. Governors will ensure that students with additional educational needs join in the activities of the school with other students, so far as is reasonably practical and compatible with students receiving the necessary special educational provision, the efficient education of other students in the school and the efficient use of resources.
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