Dane Ghyll Community Primary School 

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Dane Ghyll School is located on the edge of Barrow-in-Furness, near to Furness General Hospital and Furness Abbey. We provide an inspiring education in a safe, caring environment, enriching the lives of the children who attend our school.

We believe that each child will succeed through experiencing quality in:

  • A broad, balanced and challenging curriculum
  • An enriching programme of extra-curricular activities and visits
  • A rich, varied and up-to-date range of learning resources
  • Quality teaching which involves children in their learning
  • A warm, caring ethos, which supports, challenges and encourages children to succeed
  • A learning partnership between school, home and the community

Who to contact

Contact Name
Mr Gary Schofield
Contact Position
HEAD 
Telephone
01229 830201 
E-mail
office@daneghyll.cumbria.sch.uk  head@daneghyll.cumbria.sch.uk
Website
Dane Ghyll School Website

Where to go

Address
Skelwith Drive
Barrow-In-Furness 
Cumbria
Postcode
LA14 4PG

Local Offer

Local Offer Description

Once a child is recognised as in need of extra support, then the class teacher will take this in to account in the classroom, supporting the child within their own existing resources. For example, this may be achieved with the aid of the class teaching assistant or providing appropriate work at their level.

This is the first line ofsupport that the school will offer children. It is also often the most crucial, as it allows the child to access their day-to-day learning and education. Parents will be involved at all stages. The special needs support will run alongside normal classroom activities.

Contact Name
Mrs C. Friend (SENCo)
Contact Telephone
01229 830201
Contact Email
office@daneghyll.cumbria.sch.uk
Links
Dane Ghyll Prospectus for 2014-2015 (SEN Provision page 19)
Age Bands
6-16,
0-5

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Address: Skelwith Drive  Barrow-In-Furness   Cumbria

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