Part of the Derbyshire Local Offer for Pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Government legislation requires us to publish a new report called the SEN Information Report which details information about the implementation of the school’s policy for pupils with SEND. The contents of the information report can be found in the frequently asked questions section.
- My name is Mrs Middleton-Rees and I am the Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) here at Stenson Fields Primary School. Our Higher Level Teaching Assistant, Mrs Johnstone, assists this role and supports the learning of pupils with special educational needs.
- As SENCO I co-ordinate all the specific provision that is put in place to support children with SEND.
- I am responsible for writing and implementing the Special Educational Needs and Disability policy.
- I liaise with class teachers.Together we monitor pupils’ progress and arrange further and different provision if progress is slower than expected.
- I also liaise with a range of external agencies who can give us more advice and support.
If you have any concerns about any matter, please contact me on:
The SEND Code of Practice 2014.
In 2014, a new SEND code of practice was published. This describes the principles that should be observed by all professionals working with children and young people who have SEND. To view the code of practice click here:
The government have also published a guide for parents or carers which can be viewed here:
Your child has special educational needs. What can Stenson Fields Primary School offer you?
At Stenson Fields Primary School, we embrace the fact that every child is different and therefore, the educational needs of every child are different, including pupils with SEND. Please read the frequently asked questions page for more information about the local offer from Stenson Fields Primary Community School and how we can help your child.