Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Our SENCo is Ms Gemma Parkin and she can be contacted through the school office or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our School Information Report, which is part of our statutory duty to cooperate with the local authority in the development of the local offer can be found by clicking the link below.
This plan identifies how the school meets the needs of disabled pupils in response to the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Code of Practice 2014:0 to 25 years.
Local Area SEND Improvement
The findings from the Local Area SEND inspection (September 2018), and moderation of need assessment requests, highlighted that Stockport children and young people and their families have a very different experience around having their needs identified and met depending upon which school they attend. Following the SEND inspection, Stockport created a Written Statement of Action (WSOA) with a key aim ‘To ensure that there is a more consistent support offer across settings, schools and colleges for children and young people with SEND, particularly for those at SEN Support.’
The Entitlement Framework
The Entitlement Framework defines the expectations on settings, schools and colleges as to the offer for children and young people with SEND to bring about improved consistency and coherence.
This website has brought together a range of support services and information for children and young people aged 0-25, with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). It is available here.
If you live in Derbyshire you may also wish to look at their ‘Local Offer’ here.
SEND Co-Production Charter
The Local Authority have been working with parents, professionals and young people to think about how the provision for children with SEND (Special Educational Needs/Disabilities) can be improved. All involved wanted a more productive and pro-active approach.
The concept of co-production was developed and defined as: Co-production happens when all voices are actively listened to from the start of the planning process. This involves a mutual respect for each other’s views, with an open and honest relationship that is transparent and continually evolving to achieve meaningful and positive outcomes.
This means that families, children, young people and health, care and education colleagues will all work in partnership following these principles:
- Be open and honest
- Actively listen
- Value the lived experience
- Do what matters
- Be accountable and responsive
- Work together
- Be respectful
For more information visit the Stockport Local Area Co-Production Charter
SEND Improvement Journey Newsletters