Lea Manor prides itself on being an Inclusive School. This inclusive culture is reflected in all school policies and practices. We ensure that classroom and extra-curricular activities encourage the participation of all pupils, drawing on their knowledge and experience outside school. Teaching and support are integrated together, enabling all pupils to overcome barriers to learning and participate fully in school life.
Inclusion will be achieved through analysis and assessment of children’s needs, by monitoring the quality of teaching and the standards of pupils’ achievements and by setting targets for improvement. Learning for all children is given equal priority and available resources are used to maximum effect.
There is a wide range of provision for students with learning difficulties. Opportunities to take part in small group work, literacy/numeracy intervention, social skills, cooking and gardening clubs as well as a wide range of sporting activities. Students with SEN and disabilities at Lea Manor have represented the school in a wide range of activities, with success in a range of sports. One student became a National Champion of Disability Athletics in 2013, and now strives to become a paralympian.
Here at Lea Manor, we encourage all students to become independent learners, striving to achieve their potential.
Lea Manor High School is an equal opportunities employer committed to safeguarding our students and working in partnership with our local community. We treat people equally regardless of gender, race, disability or sexual orientation and are committed to meet the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act and other relevant legislation.