Bright Futures Educational Trust is committed to providing the best possible opportunities for the children, young people, families and communities that we serve. Our schools work collaboratively across the Trust and with other partner schools and agencies to get the best for everyone.
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Special Educational Needs (SEN) report

Rushbrook Primary Academy works in partnership with the Local Authority and Bright Futures Educational Trust to meet the needs of pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). We our proud of our inclusive approach towards pupils with additional needs and we are driven to provide high quality education for all pupils. We work closely with families and various professional partners to tailor provision on order to meet the needs of individual children.

Parents/carers and their children can access support within school (see SEND Information report in the download section) and via Manchester’s Local offer, visit Manchester City Councils website.

Additional support is available from IAS Manchester, the new name for the Parent Partnership Service. IAS Manchester offers independent information, advice and support to parents/carers regarding SEND. For more information visit Manchester City Councils website.