A message from our SENDCO...
Hello! My name is Ashley Wagstaff and I am lucky enough to be SENDCO here at Stapleford Community Primary School. I completed my National Award for SEND in 2009 and have recently completed the Advanced SENDCO Award in 2020.
At Stapleford we pride ourselves on working together to create an inclusive learning environment for all our children to ensure they get every opportunity to succeed and thrive.
We pride ourselves on recognising children as individuals so are creative in our approach to supporting them whilst keeping their voice, aspirations and wishes at the heart of their support.
Our staff receive high quality information and bespoke training needed to support our children, they then make it priority to implement this into the classroom.
We aim to quickly identify pupils who are making limited progress and provide targeted interventions and support to meet their needs and close gaps. We provide you as parents/carers with information about our SEND processes and procedures, as well as ensure you are informed of your child's learning at regular points throughout the year. We work alongside the Local Authority and Health Professionals to find the most appropriate and effective support for pupils within our care.
The following documents will give you more information in relation to SEND and how school and home can work together to support our children. If you have any questions relating to your child, please speak to their class teacher initially. However, if you would like to arrange a phone call or meeting with myself following discussions with the class teacher, please contact the school office on 01223 508720 to book an appointment or email email@example.com.
My working days are Thursdays and Fridays.
2020 - 2021 SEND Link Governor : Kate Jessop
SEND Training this academic year...
Shape Coding, delivered by SALT (December 2020)
Colourful Semantics, delivered by SALT (December 2020)
Girls with Autism Training, delivered by SENDSS (November 2020)
Downs Syndrome Training, delivered by Speech and Language Services and SENDSS (February 2020)
Working Memory Training (January 2020)
Dyslexia Training, delivered by SENDSS (December 2019)
Super Sounds Training, delivered by Speech and Language Services (October 2019)
Attachment Training, delivered by Emotional, Health and Wellbeing Service (June 2019)
Makaton Training (June 2019)
Mental Health First Aid Training (June 2019)
The 4 Broad Areas of Need
We work closely with external professionals and meet regularly with a member of the Speech and Language team and SEND Specialist Services. Thanks to their input, we have a variety of strategies to support those children at the beginning of their learning journey with us, whether this be in our Nursery and Reception classes, or when joining our school.
Please take some time to look at the links to useful websites below.
Communication and Interaction
Speech and Language
Communication and Learning
If you have any concerns that your child may have traits of dyslexia or literacy difficulties, some helpful information and websites are listed below. If you would like to speak to your child's class teacher to discuss this further, please make an appointment to do so.
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