SEND at Nevill Road Infant School
Our aspiration for SEND children is that they are and feel they are included fully in school life. They should build strong realtionships with children and adults alike to help them become resilient to any challenges they may face. SEND children should be nurtured to find their strengths and build on these. We aspire for SEND children to have positive self-esteem and an ‘I can’ attitude. SEND children will be working towards progressing in all areas of their personal and academic development and will make progress towards their next steps with the support of a flexible, child-centred curriculum. We have high aspirations for ALL children based on their individual starting point. We have an ‘open door’ policy and I try to be very responsive to parental concerns with a phone call, this can be followed up with a face-to-face-meeting. We use the Stockport co-production charter to ensure parents, staff and children work together towards common goals. Parents are apart of the SEND evaluation process and will be invited to attend statutory end of year meetings.
If you have any queires or questions regarding to SEND please contact our Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENDCO) - Mrs Charlie Scott or call 01614394817 (Tuesday - Thursday)
Useful Wesite links for parents:
Please click on the links below to find out what services and support is available for children with SEND within the local area.
Testimonials from SEND families
“I wanted to write this testimonial to hopefully reassure other parents & carers with a child with additional needs, that they will be in the best possible care at Nevill Road. Through the school’s amazing SENCO and teachers, they’ll make sure everything’s in place to make sure your child is happy and has the opportunity to reach their full potential.
“The support school have given us as a family has been fantastic. From initial assessment of SEND needs to the finalisation of the EHC Plan they have been open, honest and supportive and guided us through the whole process. Regular SEND meetings really help us all work together as a team to ensure our child reaches his full potential.”