Stockton-on-the-Forest Primary School

Happy, Healthy, Learning for Life and Caring for All


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.

Following the inspection of the local area SEND arrangements in December 2019 the local authority, CCG, parent carer forum and partners across education, health and care have been working to deliver the improvements outlined in our written statement of action. Please find attached a newsletter written by colleagues from the Local Authority and NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group.

York SEND Newsletter

Miss Jo Collins is the school’s SENDCO. She can be contacted at or on 01904 400366.


Mrs Joyce Botham is the school governor for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Please find below useful documents to support this process: