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Stanville School recognises that children have a variety of needs which may be of an academic, emotional, social or physical nature and recognises its responsibility to endeavour to meet such needs.  We are a school that is fully committed to inclusive practice and make reasonable adjustments for individuals where necessary.

All children, ranging from the exceptionally able to those with specific difficulties, will be provided with the opportunity to achieve their full potential. We aim to:

  • Identify individual needs and provide support within the class or school environment;
  • To seek advice and support from appropriate outside agencies;
  • To inform parents of their statutory rights;
  • To meet the requirements of the National Curriculum and the Code of Practice;
  • To assist the class teacher by providing advice, training and suitable resources at each stage of the code;
  • To aid accurate assessment, differentiated provision and informative record keeping matching the work of the children.
  • To work closely with additional professionals e.g. Family Support and Home Liaison Officer, the health service (GPs and consultants) to encourage a 'joined up' working relationship in the interest of the child, parent and school.

Miss Alison Allbutt and Ms Gaynor Upton are our Special Needs Co-ordinators. Mrs Helen Watton, who also works in the Special Needs department, is our Pastoral Achievement Co-ordinator. If you have any concerns about your child or the support that the school provides, please make an appointment through the school office who will direct you to the appropriate department. You can also contact via telephone (0121 464 2322) or email (enquiry@stanville.org).

 

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Your first point of contact around any concerns will be the class teacher and then if necessary one of the school SENCos. Please explain your concerns to them first. If you are not satisfied that your concern has been addressed, then you should contact the Headteacher, Mr Andy Runacres.

If at this stage you still feel the issues have not been resolved to your satisfaction, we will arrange a meeting with the Chair of Governors who can be contacted via the school.

If your concern is with the Local Authority, then please contact Birmingham City Council (Special educational needs or disabilities; Birmingham's Local Offer).

SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS)

SENDIASS offer impartial, confidential information advice and support for parents/carers of children with SEN. SENDIASS are able to support families with the move from pre-school to primary and primary to secondary school.

Telephone: 0121 303 5004

Email: sendiass@birmingham.gov.uk