Children’s progress is monitored continuously by class teachers through ongoing assessment, focus groups with the class teacher and teaching assistants, marking and observation. Progress is discussed with the Headteacher on a termly basis and targets are set for the following term.
Please see the documents below for more information.
What are the arrangements for parents raising concerns and making a complaint about the SEN provision at the school?
We are committed to providing excellent services to all our children and their parents and we believe the best way to do this is to listen to your views. We encourage parents to contact us about their concerns and not to wait for the next formal opportunity to meet. So if you have something to tell us, whether good or bad, please contact the class teacher or SENCO.
If you have a complaint about SEN provision, please tell us promptly by contacting the following people in this order:
- the class teacher
- the SENCO (details below)
- The Headteacher – using the main school number
- The SEN governor (a letter can be submitted through school office)
The SEN governor will then refer to the complaints procedure to try and address the issue.
We realise that parents can sometimes find schools a bit scary and may need someone to help them approach us if things aren’t going well. If you need support to raise a concern or make a complaint, you may want to contact Stockport SENDIAS Parent Carer Support Service, an independent organisation that provides a disagreement resolution service.
You can contact them on 0161 240 6168, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
As a matter of last resort, parents can also make a formal complaint to Ofsted: guidance for parents can be found here Complaints Procedure (Ofsted), or by phone on 0300 123 4666.
Further information on local support for families of pupils with SEN can be found in the Local Offer.
Stockport Local Offer Primary (5-11)
Our Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) is Miss K Sulman.
Telephone: 0161 282 4500
You can request a meeting with the SENCO by email or phone.