Equal Opportunities StatementAt Dove Bank Primary School we are proud to provide a safe, stimulating and inclusive learning environment where every member of our community is valued, respected and made to feel welcome within our mainstream setting.It is our ethos that all children have an equal right to a full and rounded education and to enjoy high quality learning experiences through which they are able to achieve their full potential.We are exceptionally proud of the diversity found within our school. It is our policy that everyone is treated equally regardless of gender, religion, race, nationality, social background and disability. Our aim is to create an environment in which pupils can develop their sense of self respect, tolerance and courtesy for others.Please see the various ‘Equalities’ policies in the policy section for more information.SEN and InclusionThe school's SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator) is Mrs Lydia Leeson.Please see the policies below for information regarding Special Educational Needs provision at Dove Bank:SEN Policy 20192018 Dove Bank Primary School Local OfferAccess for children with disabilitiesDove Bank Primary School is committed to ensuring access for children with disabilities to all aspects of school life – curriculum, organisation, sports clubs, trips, transition arrangements. The school building is accessible for wheelchairs and we have a disabled toilet. The school has an Accessibility Plan and a Disability Equality Scheme.The school’s SEN Policy details how children are supported through a differentiated approach according to their individual needs.Accessibility PolicyChildren in CareThrough its Inclusion Policy, the school recognises the need to support Children in Care. Provision will be made to address individual needs and to work with external agencies.