"The Ultimate purpose of SEN provision is to enable young people to flourish in adult life. There are therefore strong educational, as well as social and moral, grounds for educating children with SEN with their peers. We aim to increase the level and quality of inclusion within mainstream schools, while protecting and enhancing specialist provision for those who need it."
Inclusion - does it matter where pupils are taught? DFE consultation document
At Hayfield we have developed links with mainstream schools to provide our pupils with individual, pair and group inclusion opportunities as well as social inclusion through a scheme with Leisure Links.
Some of our partner schools
Overchurch Infant School
Overchurch Junior School
Holy Spirit Catholic and CE Primary School
St Andrew's C of E Primary School
St Anne's Catholic Primary School
St John's Catholic Primary School
Greasby Junior School
Woodchurch c of E Primary School
Black Horse Hill Infant School
Black Horse Hill Junior School
Church Drive Primary School
Bedford Drive Primary School
68% of pupils accessed activities jointly with mainstream settings
52 pupils accessed joint project activities with mainstream schools for half a term
8 pupils accessed mainstream settings for either a half day, or full day for the full academic year
9 pupils attended after school activities in liaison with leisure links
Unicef Rights of the Child
"A child with a disability has the right to live a full and decent life in conditions that promote dignity, independence and an active role in the communicty"