Pupil Premium / SEN

Laura and LuinPupil Premium 

Key priorities: 

  • Our core aim is to raise the attainment and progress of pupils eligible for pupil premium funding so that their performance compares favourably with Non-Pupil Premium peers. 
  • Address inequalities in education of pupils from low-income families and raise attainment of these pupils.

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SEN 

The Stockwood Park Academy is a mainstream secondary school with a Sixth Form.

At the Academy we believe in achievement, ambition and progress for all children. We aim to meet the needs of individual children through highly effective teaching and learning. There is an emphasis on early identification of needs through supportive and preventative strategies which reduce barriers to learning.

We work in a flexible way to develop effective partnerships with children and their parents/carers, the SENCO, specialist teaching staff both within the school and external professionals such as speech and language therapists, occupational therapists and the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) to ensure that the school can meet a broad range of special educational needs. We undertake a rigorous system of monitoring children’s progress, supporting academic achievement and personal achievement by removing barriers to learning and use a wide range of strategies to foster a culture of lifelong learning and independent living skills for all children.

The Academy’s ethos statement reflects the intention to provide a learning environment in which young people will be encouraged, supported and challenged to develop a ‘can do’ approach to all aspects of their lives.

Our SEN Information Report (School Offer) is information for parents/carers of children who have Special Educational Needs (SEN) and all those who support children with additional needs. This information outlines the support and provision they can expect to receive, if they choose The Stockwood Park Academy for their children.

SEN Information Report

Special Needs Education policy