23) How can I find out more information about Manchester’s Local Offer?

Please follow the link: www.manchester.gov.uk/sendlocaloffer

The curriculum offered should give all students a sense of achievement and thereby help them develop confidence and self- esteem. Every teacher is a teacher or every child or young person including those with SEN.

At The East Manchester Academy we believe:

  • That all children have a right to a broad and balanced curriculum
  • That all teachers are responsible for meeting children’s individual needs
  • That children with SEN and/or disabilities deserve an enhanced level of resourcing to meet their needs
  • In the inclusion of children with SEN and/or disabilities into mainstream where it is practicably possible to do so
  • In providing support and advice for families of children attending our school with SEN and disabilities
  • In fostering independence and the development of children’s self-esteem
  • That each child should feel equally valued within the academy community and fully integrated in the life of the academy
  • That bilingualism is not a learning difficulty but some bilingual children may have learning difficulties
  • That good practice benefits all children, whatever their level of development
  • Those children with a disability have an equal right to a broad and balanced curriculum
  • Disability is not a learning difficulty, but some disabled children may have learning difficulties

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