The Westgate School
4 - 16 'all-through' school
Winchester, SO22 5AZ | 01962 854757
The Westgate School is a community of learners where partnerships inspire success for all: Learning Together - Achieving Excellence
Statutory Information | SEND | Results | Data Protection
Welcome to our Statutory and Key Information Menu Page. Here you will find our OFSTED reports, admissions policy details, information regarding special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), SENCO details, SEN information report, Local Offer, data protection, financial information, links to our admissions, policy and pupil premium, catch up statement and sports premium pages, safeguarding page, along with other statutory and key information.
All schools have admission criteria to decide which children get places. Admission criteria is different for each school. At The Westgate School we work within the Hampshire County Council framework.
Further statutory information can be found on the following pages:
View our Pupil Premium, Catch-Up Statement & PE Sports Premium documents page
Designated Leader For Mental Health
The designated Leader for Mental Health at the Westgate School is Mrs L. Williams, who has participated in training led by the Anna Freud Centre. The role involves leading a whole-school approach to mental health and well-being. This includes assisting colleagues to support children’s emotional well-being and signposting parents/carers to appropriate agencies. Additionally, prioritising and promoting colleagues' well-being to develop a positive culture of mental health and well-being.
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Information
SEN: Mrs A. Villien SENCO (All-Through)
As Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator, I am privileged to work with an experienced and enthusiastic team including our specialist teacher and Learning Support Assistants. We work together to ensure that the needs of pupils with special educational needs and disabilities are met appropriately, with a view to each of these pupils achieving their full potential. This support takes many forms depending greatly on the individual needs of the pupil, but can include support within class, small group interventions and individual work on specific targets.
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In order for pupils who have special educational needs or disabilities to thrive and flourish at school, a positive working relationship with parents is also vital, as is close collaboration with professionals from other settings. So, if your child has special educational needs and you would like to discuss this with me, or you would like advice about aspects of special needs provision, please do contact me; I do believe it’s easier to deal with a query than to solve a problem.
Assistant SENCo (All-Through): Mrs C. Lunniss
I work closely with the SENCo and SEN team to help identify, plan and deliver support for our children with additional needs. We work carefully in partnership with parents and pupils to meet the needs and disabilities of the children throughout their time at Westgate School. I am passionate about children with additional needs having a key role in their own personal learning journey celebrating their achievements and planning their next steps.
I am lucky to work with an experienced hard working team who deliver support to our pupils in different ways depending on the most appropriate way to meet their needs, sometimes they support working in class, group interventions or individual work to support pupils set targets. Do please contact email@example.com if you have any concerns or questions.
SEN Information Report
At The Westgate School, we believe that every pupil brings with them a unique blend of strengths and needs to our community. We are dedicated ‘to enabling all of our pupils to unlock their potential’ regardless of starting points. We comply with regulation 51 of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014 where appropriate and Section 6 of the Special Educational Needs and Disability code of practice: 0 to 25 years.
The teacher responsible for previously looked after children and looked after children is Mrs E. Pillinger.
Our aims are to ensure that all personal data collected about colleagues, pupils, parents, governors, visitors and other individuals is, stored and processed in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018 and the expected provisions of the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018) as set out in the Data Protection Bill. Our school processes personal data relating to parents, pupils, staff, governors, visitors and others, and therefore is a data controller. The school is registered with the ICO (Registration reference: ZA336960).
Our Data Protection Officer is the Senior Site and Facilities Strategic Lead, and is the first point contact for individuals whose data the school processes and is contactable via firstname.lastname@example.org
Data protection policies:
Our school has 1 employee with a wage in excess of £100,000. A link to the government website showing our school's financial benchmarking can be accessed by clicking here.
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If as a parent you are unable to access information on our website, please either come into the school or use email@example.com to request a paper copy.