Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
All children at Stockton on the Forest Primary School are treated as individuals and are given the support and encouragement required to achieve their full potential.
On occasions however, some children encounter sustained difficulties in class and may be identified as having Special Educational Needs. Should a child be identified as having Special Educational Needs, our aim is to work closely with families in order to provide a supportive learning environment where children can experience achievement and success.
Please find below useful documents to support this process:
The Pupil Premium Grant is a sum of money allocated to schools to ensure that all children have an equal chance to succeed in schools. An amount is allocated to schools and is dependent on the number of children eligible for free school meals, who are from service families and those that are in Local Authority Care.
For each child who is registered now or has been registered in the past 6 years for free school meals, the school receives additional funding to support their academic attainment during their time in school.
Parents are urged to register for a free school meal if they are eligible. Please speak to a member of staff in the school office to find out more.