The Bushey Academy – Accessibility Plan 2016-18 (Reviewed October 2016)


Target

 

Actions

Resources

Outcomes

 

Access to Curriculum

 

Ensure support is targeted effectively to meet individual student needs

 

 

  • SEN Report to identify academy’s commitment
  • Establish a database of students where ‘accessibility’ would apply and clarify context
  • Identify existing barriers to participation
  • Identify specific actions to overcome barriers and plan resources to meet the needs of individual students
  • monitor and evaluate outcomes

 

 

 

 

To be determined by individual action plans for students

 

To be determined by individual Pupil Passports and Exam Access Arrangements

 

To be determined by individual Pupil Passports and Exam Access Arrangements

 

Students able to participate in all aspects of school life

Attitudes

 

Promote positive attitudes to disability

 

  • Incorporate in assembly Programme: Summer 1 – theme for assemblies - local disability groups/external speakers to be invited in
  • Incorporate in PSHCE Programme to run concurrently with Summer 1 assembly theme
  • Regular items for newsletter/Blog highlighting achievements of pupils with disabilities

 

 

Assembly Time

 

 

 

Curriculum Time

 

 

 

 

 

Students have positive experiences

 

Promote good mental health

  • Incorporate in assembly Programme: Summer 1 – theme for assemblies Mental Health Awareness Week 16-22 May - external speakers to be invited in

 

  • Incorporate in PSHCE Programme to run concurrently

 

 

  • Record incidences of poor mental health and causes

 

  • Provide training and strategies to Improve mental health - own and others

Assembly Time

 

 

 

 

 

Curriculum Time

Students and staff have positive attitudes towards mental health and incidences resulting from poor mental health reduced

 

Premises

 

Improve physical accessibility for users with visual or physical impairment

 

  • Designated signs to be located in Reception area  conveying information to visitors with sight impairments and at lower levels for wheelchair users
  • Location of lifts to be clearly identified in key areas
  • Different  floors of the building to be distinguishable – signage, colour scheme, etc

 

 

£5000 allocated in  Building Maintenance budget

 

All users able to access the facilities