Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
St Simon Stock Catholic School is committed to raising the aspirations of and expectations for all pupils with SEND by providing a safe, supportive and nurturing environment with a clear focus on positive outcomes through tailored and focused programmes of support that ensure progress.
We are committed to providing an education that ensures all students succeed and make the best of the opportunities and experiences available to them. Our core principles are based upon our ethos of working with love (Labora Cum Amore) and supporting all students to live, love, learn and lead and develop into citizens that can succeed in and have an impact on the modern world. Their educational, spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is of the highest importance in school. We believe that students engage fully and reach their maximum potenial when the environment is both caring, supporting and orderly, combined with teaching that fires their imagination and brings learning to life. Through our developing 'Pillars System', we are also ensuring that all students can have their efforts and success recognised in a wide range of areas, such as faith and service, culture, academics and sport and leadership.
Assistant Vice Principal: Mrs A Denny
Miss Goldson is Assistant Principal: SEND and Transition. Under Assistant Principal SEND, she completes the role of a schools Special Educational Needs Coordinator.
Miss Goldson is on our Senior Leadership Team, illustrating the schools commitment to always having SEND, Inclusion, Equality and Diversity at the heart of what we do.
Important SEND Information
The following policies are currently under review (September/October 2021) and will be uploaded to this page following the review:
- SEND Progress and Performance Report 2020-2021
- English as an Additional Language Policy