Special Educational Needs

Head of SEN : Ms C Hart

Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Report

At Bishop  Stopford’s  School we welcome  everyone  into our  community.
Bishop  Stopford’s  endeavours  to  make  available  inclusive  provision  to
ensure that all pupils, including those identified with Special Educational
Needs  and Disabilities (SEND),  can  enjoy  and  benefit from  a  broad  and
balanced  education  with  access  to  the  National  Curriculum  at  an
appropriate level, so that they may achieve their full potential.

Our Special Educational Needs Co‐ordinator (SENCO) is Ms Carol Hart.

We are  committed to narrowing the attainment gap between SEND and
non‐SEND pupils and offer a range of learning interventions / opportunities
to support this. We are very proud of all our pupils and their achievements.

Parent and son discussing SEND provision at Bishop Stopford’s School

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5Parents, staff and SEN governor discussing the SEND Information Report.

Further information

Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Information Report.

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SEN Policy

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SEND INFORMATION REPORT

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SEN Information – Emotional Wellbeing

If you have any concerns about your child’s emotional wellbeing please contact his/her Head of Year in the first instance.

I have outlined below support agencies that can help both young people and parents/carers.

SEN Information – Emotinal Wellbeing Nov 2020

Carol Hart (SENCO)