At Brown Clee we believe that all children can succeed. We value all our children as ‘unique’ individuals and endeavour to enable each child to achieve their full potential, whatever their ability or specific needs.

Our work is guided by our commitment to equality for all and ensuring that all our
children feel fully included and valued members of our school community.

At Brown Clee C.E Primary School, all members of staff are committed to ensuring that from each individual starting point, all pupils reach their full potential within an outstanding and inspirational learning environment. We aim to develop and implement a curriculum which promotes the development of the whole child. We work towards ensuring that all our children are confident, resourceful and independent learners who are able to face the future with resilience and ingenuity. For this to be possible we are committed to supporting pupils appropriately in order to remove barriers to learning and participation.

Please read our Equality Policy for further information: Equalities Policy


SEND – Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

At Brown Clee Primary School we believe every child should be included in education. We strive to ensure our children are engaged in their education to ensure they achieve their full potential.

From time to time some children require additional support for a set period of time to help meet their needs or improve their learning. The decision to do this is made by the school and is based on a variety of factors including academic progress, and/or assessments carried out by teaching staff or other professionals. It may also be based on ensuring children have a smooth transition into school or require support when going through significant change either at home or school. Parents/carers will be informed when this happens.

To help you understand what Brown Clee Primary can offer your child please click the following link to see  our personal SEND ‘offer’ and the Local Authorities (Shropshire Council) offer:

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities