Special Educational Needs

How we support children with Special Educational Need or Disabilities.
Our Vision and how we hope to achieve it.
We encourage all our pupils to aim high and achieve to the best of their ability.  We are an inclusive school and as teachers, we work hard to ensure that all the children in our school aspire to be the best that they can be, regardless of their abilities or needs.  We want to provide the best possible outcomes for all our children and prepare them for a successful transition to adulthood.
Type of school we are;
Stamford Hill is a community primary school for the 5 to 11 age range, with an Early Years Provision for children aged 2 to 4.
We are a small one form entry school.  There are currently 195 children on the school roll.
Our Ofsted rating
We were visited by Ofsted in November 2018, and were given an inadequate rating. Since that time the school have appointed an Interim Head Teacher who has a wealth of experience and proven track record in helping schools to improve in addition to a number of school staff who share the ambition of raising the attainment and progress made by all the children in the school.
Some frequently asked questions by Parents/Carers:
What does SEND mean ?
The term SEND (Special Educational Needs or Disability) describes the needs of children who have a difficulty or disability which makes learning more challenging for them than for other children of the same age. This could range from a sensory or communication difficulty; a visual, auditory or physical impairment; an emotional, mental health or medical condition or a specific learning difficulty, such as Dyslexia.
Stamford Hill has experience and support available for children with difficulties in all of these areas. We are committed to try to ensure that all children, regardless of their needs and abilities can be included and welcomed in our school.

To read our SEND Offer in Full - Stamford Hill Local SEND Offer