Special Educational Needs

Stockham School SEND leader - Mrs Katie Roberts
Oxfordshire’s Local Offer contains lots of information for parents. Click here to see it:https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/public-site/special-educational-needs-and-disability-local-offer
Support and Interventions:

  • ELSA trained TA to deliver emotional literacy support to children
  • Play Therapy UK with training provided by APAC
  • Draw and Talk sessions 
  • Positive People groups
  • 1:1 Speech and Language
  • See-saw bereavement
  • PCAMHS and hub support
  • Early help assessment and CAFs (Team around the family support)
  • Home/School Community Link Worker
  • Teacher and TA 1:1 support and diary writing
  • Pupil Voice and Rainbow Book rewards
  • Physio
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Bounce Back
  • Child Protection

  • SNAST fornightly visit -Jo Allot
  • Speech and Language Advisor
  • Educational Psychologist involvement
  • Autism outreach
  • Interventions including  - Dyslexia Gold, Acceleread/Accelewrite, FFT, New Reading and Thinking, Rapid Readers, Write Away Together, Project X, Rapid Maths, Wave, Direct Phonics, Toe by Toe, Launching into Reading Success, P.A.T, 1st class @ writing, numbers count, 1st class at number.

Playful Parents is an 8-week, small parent group for parents or carers with at least one child between 4 - 12 years. The weekly sessions are warm, relaxed and fun with a group leader, who is a skilled Play Therapist - the perfect environment to chat to other like-minded parents. The aim is to help parents feel empowered and grow in confidence as we share lots of new and exciting skills through experiential and playful activities. This is a free programme to parents and financially supported through the school.

Programme evaluation
• 100% of parents rated the programme overall as ‘Very good’ or ‘Excellent’
• Effectiveness of delivery was also scored as ‘Very good’ or ‘Excellent’
• The school rated the programme overall as ‘Excellent’, as well as the professionalism of facilitators, the communication with facilitators, the time of the sessions and the programme administration

Complaints procedure

If a parent or carer has any concerns or complaints regarding the care or welfare of their child, an appointment can be made by them to speak to the Headteacher or SENCO, who will be able to advise on formal procedures for complaint.