Robert Road, Birmingham, West Midlands B20 3RT


St. Clare's Catholic Primary School


We welcome everyone into our community in order to live, love and learn together in the light and example of the life of Christ

The Headteacher and staff wish all our pupils and their families a relaxing Summer break and look forward to welcoming pupils back to school on Tuesday 3rd September 2019. Monday 2nd September 2019 is a TE Day. Please download our newsletter with information on our staffing arrangements for September 2019. Please look at our calendar for important upcoming events. You can access diary events on our app by clicking on calendars and on the dot under the date for further information. Please look under our new ' Wider Curriculum' tab. Please look under the Parents Tab for information on how to view our school website in your home language. If you haven't downloaded the app please try and do so as quickly as possible as it is now our primary source of contact (please ensure you have your notifications turned on).


Key Staff:

SENDCo:   Mrs A Kavanagh

EAL teacher: Mrs A Khan

EAL/Speech and Language support: Mrs S Gordon


Mentoring Team: 

Learning Mentor/Pastoral Lead: Mrs C McGuire

Attendance/Learning Mentor: Mr A Hepburn

Contact details 0121 554 3289


Please click on the Hyperlinks (in blue) for further information/resources.

What is SEN?


An Introduction to SEN at St Clare's


The Local Offer

St Clare's Catholic Primary as a voluntary aided school have signed up to school provision as outlined in Birmingham’s School Offer.

Under the new Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice (September 2014 and updated 2015) our school is expected to provide SEN information with reference to:

  • Appropriate and Effective Teaching and Learning
  • Open and Honest Communication
  • A Partnership Approach

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St Clare's Local Offer - SEN Information

The Local offer - what will it do?

Information for parents

The funding for pupils who have special educational needs (SEN) and/or disabilities is

used well. Clear systems are in place to identify and assess pupils who need support.

Ofsted October 2018


Some pupils make strong progress, for example pupils who speak English

as an additional language. Pupils who have SEN and/or disabilities

make good progress against the small steps and targets set for them.  

Ofsted October 2018.