Glenmead Primary School

Respect Enjoy Achieve

0121 464 3173

Our Inclusive Ethos


Glenmead Primary School is committed to being an inclusive school and welcomes all families and pupils from our local community. Where it is possible, within financial constraints, the school will adapt both its building and the way we deliver the curriculum to the needs of our pupils at the time. We strive to make school life, including the curriculum, visits and extra curricular activities, suitable for all our pupils. 

The aim of our work is to support our pupils in developing independence, creativity and resilience - both socially and academically.



Within the Glenmead community all individuals are valued and respected in a safe and secure environment. We are an inclusive school where everyone is encouraged to grow in confidence as they travel along their learning journey.  Through developing independence, hard work and creative thinking, we strive to achieve our true potential. 

Respect, Enjoy, Achieve


OFSTED June 2022

When they carried out their inspection in June 2022, inspectors recognised our strong inclusive ethos and the work we do to support all of our pupils to thrive. In their report they stated: 

'Staff support pupils with SEND well . Pupils needs are identified well and specific
actions are agreed to help pupils to progress. These pupils access the full curriculum
and everything that the school has to offer.'


Birmingham City Council SEND information and advice for families.pdf


Further information can be gained by contacting our SENDCo, Mrs K. Steatham    Tel: 0121 464 3173 


Complaints about SEND provision can be raised through our complaints procedure with the SENDCo, Mrs Steatham in the first instance. If matters remain unresolved, they should be escalated to The Headteacher and ultimately to the Governing Body if they remain unresolved.