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South Walney Junior School 

We want all our children to experience success and enjoy their learning whilst at school. We aim to achieve this through high standards of learning and teaching within a happy, structured and caring environment. The skills of true thinking (reasoning, creativity, judgement and memorisation) allow individuals to grow intellectually. Our children are given the chance to perform these mental operations at an appropriate level for their development, in accordance with the National Curriculum.

Through a variety of teaching methods and strategies, we aim to instil children with an enthusiasm for learning and prepare them for future school life. Teaching methods, ranging from whole class to individual personalised programmes of study are chosen, as appropriate, to meet the task or skill being focused upon.

Subject leaders work alongside Class Teachers and Support Staff to meet the needs of the SEND learner and ensure that consideration of SEND crosses all curriculum areas and all aspects of teaching and learning. 

Our children are generally taught in their mixed ability class groupings, with all children studying the same area. However, work is appropriately differentiated (either simplified or extended) to match all ability levels.

South Walney Junior School will strive to create a solid foundation of excellence upon which our children can build their future. To accomplish this, we will provide a structured, enriched curriculum which inspires and motivates all and leads to high standards of learning, giving all children the opportunity to achieve their potential.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Ms Zena Lines
Contact Position
01229 471447 (Phone)
01229 471447 (Fax)
South Walney Junior School

Where to go

South Walney Junior School
South Walney Junior School
Amphitrite Street South
LA14 3BG

Local Offer


Our procedure for identifying and assessing the special needs of individual children involves pupils, parents, teaching staff and external agencies. Our Equality Statement enables optimum participation in the school community for pupils, parents and carers with a disability.

Contact Name
Mrs Melissa McParland
Contact Telephone
01229 471447
Contact Email
SEND Policy
Local Offer Age Bands
Primary (5-10 years)
Last updated: 26/02/2021
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