SEND

At Stratford School Academy, we believe in providing the best possible support to enable all pupils to achieve their full potential. We endeavour to provide an environment where all pupils, including those with SEND are able to access a broad, balanced and challenging curriculum.

As part of the Children and Families Act 2014, the London Borough of Newham are required to publish a ‘Local Offer’ which outlines the support that is accessible for children with SEND in the local area. 

Newham London: Local Offer Alongside this, schools are required to publish information about their arrangements for identifying, assessing and making provision for pupils with SEND. 

SEND Policy and Information Report 2021-2022

 

SENCo

Ms urszula mandzyn (MATERNITY COVER)

 

SEND FAQs

We embrace the fact that every child is unique and therefore the educational needs of every child are different. At Stratford School Academy we support students with SEND in a number of ways, read our FAQs below for more information.

 

Who are the best people to talk to about my child’s difficulties with learning/Special Educational Needs or Disability (SEND)?

Our designated SENCo is Ms Mandzyn.

If you have any questions, concerns or queries, please do not hesitate to contact Ms Mandzyn and the SEND team by calling your child's school office or emailing Ms Mandzyn directly. 

 

How is the curriculum matched to student’s needs?

Teachers plan the curriculum and work together with learning support teachers to meet the needs of the students.

Learning support teachers meet the parents and their children in order to update their individual learning plan. After this meeting, the Teacher Advice and Guidance sheet is created and sent to all subject teachers keeping them fully informed.

Some students with SEND will access small group intervention and adult support in their lessons.

 

How are classrooms and other areas of the school adapted to meet student’s needs?

All areas of the school’s buildings are specially equipped and accessible to all students, including those with SEND. We have lifts in both school buildings, a hygiene suite, disabled toilets and specialist facilities in our classrooms. We also have a provision for children with autism at our Upton Lane building.

 

What arrangements are made to support students with SEN in taking part in extra-curricular activities and school trips outside of the classroom?

All pupils are encouraged to attend extra-curricular activities/clubs and all pupils are involved in residential trips and educational visits.