Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
At Stokenchurch Primary School we want all of our children to reach their potential. Everyone has different strengths, and we aim to discover and nurture these strengths during the time our learners spend with us. Many of our pupils have different challenges or needs that we aim to support as inclusively as possible. Most of these needs can be met as part of a high quality, inclusive curriculum, with adjustments made when necessary. Some of our learners may need provision which is different or additional to our typical provision. We follow the Department for Education's SEND Code of Practice, Buckinghamshire Council's guidance, NHS guidance and evidence-based best practice to implement strategies and provision to support our learners.
Our SEND information report can be found here, and a copy of the slides shared at our September information evening is below. These provide more detail about how we assess and identify needs, the strategies and provision we offer, and other organisations we work with. In addition, please see the Web links page with many helpful links and resources.
If you have any concerns about your child which you would like to discuss with the school, the first point of contact will typically be with your child's class teacher. The class teacher is well placed to discuss any assessments or observations they have made, and implement any strategies or provision. As SENCOs, we work collaboratively with the staff in school, and are happy to be part of any discussions relating to our learners with SEND.
Our contact details are below. Although we do not work every day of the school week, we aim to respond to any enquiries as soon as possible.
Mrs F Avery: Monday/Tuesdays/Wednesdays
Miss C Howland: Wednesdays/Thursdays
Tel: 01494 482112
Buckinghamshire Local Offer
Please find information about Buckinghamshire's Local Offer here.
Children's and Young Person's Therapies, NHS Buckinghamshire Healthcare
Information, resources and training, including speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy and school nursing
CAMHS- Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service
CAMHS help children and young people up to 18 who are finding it hard to cope with everyday life because of difficult feelings, behaviour or relationships.