All Croydon Schools are committed to and adopt a similar approach to meeting the needs of all pupils including those with special educational needs and disability. There is a shared expectation that all pupils, regardless of their specific needs, will benefit from inclusive teaching, which will enable them to make the best possible progress in school, ensure they can actively participate in the wider aspects of school life and support readiness for the next phase of education and /or preparation for adulthood.
At Quest Primary School, we aim to be a truly inclusive school. We provide education for all abilities; develop the potential of every pupil, in a learning environment where fairness, understanding, success and discipline are pursued, within an atmosphere which promotes racial and social equality.
The Special Needs Co-ordinator is:
- Jan West. Contact – firstname.lastname@example.org
Other staff for pupils with SEND are:
- Lorna Sumsion
- Kevin Mace
- Gemma Irwin
- Helen Stevenson
- Rose Mussett
- Leigh Chipping
- Emma Troy
At Quest Primary School, we are able to offer mainstream education, with high levels of knowledge and expertise in special educational needs, as well as an Enhanced Learning Provisions (ELP) for children with Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD).
Quest Primary School will use its best endeavours to ensure the necessary provision is made for any pupil with SEND. In doing so, the school will fulfil the statutory duties and best practice guidelines set out in the Department for Education Code of Practice for SEND.