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Ofsted March 2014 'Around the school and in the playground, pupils get on well, learning to appreciate difference and diversity. The school is effective in promoting positive relationships. Discrimination of any kind is not tolerated.'
We welcome every child to this school who can benefit from the education we provide, consistent with the school’s Admissions Policy. All pupils, staff and visitors are encouraged to respect others; this positive commitment is supported through the school’s Single Equality Scheme, staff training and our PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) Curriculum for pupils. We recognise that each individual case is different and there can be a wide spectrum of needs.
Copies of our Special Educational Needs, Gifted and Talented, Single Equality Scheme and Race Equality policies are available from the school office.  Please do not hesitate to contact the school with individual enquiries.
Our commitment to special needs is demonstrated by our employment of an Inclusion Leader whose only responsibility is this area. Our Inclusion Leader also ensures all children receive a curriculum and support appropriate to their individual needs.
When children have a particular ability, staff ensure that sufficiently challenging tasks are set and that they have access to the LA’s programme of courses for Able, Gifted and Talented pupils. Children are given opportunities to attend courses at Braeside which are run to extend and challenge pupils who have a talent or interest in a particular subject.
Wiltshire LA is developing a 'Local Offer' of available services.  This link will take you to their web site: https://www.wiltshirelocaloffer.org.uk/
We have developed our own school offer and you can find out more about it by opening the documents below.
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