At South Stanley Junior School we want to ensure that every child receives provision which maximises their enjoyment and achievement.
We recognise that consultation with pupils and their families is central to securing success in this area. In order to ensure that pupils and their families feel fully involved in their SEND provision we use the following strategies:
- Regular conversations with parents to discuss their child’s progress in school, what we are doing to help and any concerns/suggestions the family have.
- We believe that pupils should be fully involved in reflecting upon their learning and how well they are doing. Teachers and teaching assistants use many ways to enable pupils to consider their strengths and to express any difficulties they may be experiencing.
- We encourage an open door policy. We recognise that parents may have concerns at any time in the school year and we would encourage parents not to wait until the next meeting to discuss these. Parents are always welcome to pop into school to see someone – if we can’t see them there and then, we will make an appointment to do so as soon as possible.
- ‘Bubble time’ is just one of the strategies we use to make sure pupils know they can speak to a member of staff any time they have worries/concerns or just need a little reassurance.
If you would like to discuss your SEND requirements in detail please contact the school to arrange an appointment.