S.E.N.D

Stannington is a first school for children aged three to nine, incorporating a Nursery class, with approximately 100 children currently on roll.

We are proud to share with you why we feel that ours is a truly wonderful nurturing, inclusive and educational environment for all children. We strive to provide a place which is both stimulating and safe, where children are given the best possible start to their education and an excellent foundation for life in today’s ever changing world. We want all our children and their families to be happy and love coming to school. If you have any questions, concerns, worries no matter how small, feel free to come and talk with us. We are always here to listen, help, support and guide.

 

Within our SEND policy and Information Report, you will find details of:

  • the kind of special educational needs (SEN) that we provide for
  • how we identify children with SEN
  • arrangements for consulting with parents and young people
  • our approaches to teaching and learning
  • adaptations which we make to the curriculum
  • staff training and expertise within school
  • how we access the support of outside agencies

Information Report for Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

SEND Policy

 

Other related documents which detail further support include:

Accessibility Plan

Behaviour Policy

Child Protection Policy

Equality and Diversity Policy

Inclusion Policy

Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions Policy

Complaints Procedure

 

The Local Offer includes a wide range of useful information, including details of services and organisations that support children and young people with SEND and their families. Please click on the link below for information.

Northumberland Local Offer

 

If you have any queries or concerns, please do not hesitate to make an appointment (via Mrs Harker in the School Office or by e-mailing admin@stannington.northumberland.sch.uk) to discuss matters with your child’s class teacher, Miss Enzor (our school SENDCo – Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator) or Mrs Stokoe (Head Teacher).