As a school, we are driven by the belief that every child, regardless of their challenges, can achieve greatness. Inspired by the biblical verse, 'I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me,' we are committed to ensuring that all our students, including those with Special Educational Needs (SEN), are supported in reaching their full potential.
Our approach, guided by our vision, is evident in our dedication to providing exceptional support for our Vision Impaired and SEND students.
If you have questions about your child's need, please feel free to reach out to us.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss your child's needs.
Inclusion Leader/SENDCo: Rebecca Hodges
Phone: 01342 892 219
Specialist Support for the Vision Impaired
At St. Stephen's, we are driven by the conviction that, with faith and support, every student can become an independent learner. We integrate children with vision impairments into regular classroom learning, creating a vision-friendly environment and nurturing their independence.
Our well-equipped resources, which include Braille and modified print materials, aim to facilitate curriculum access for all. Our dedicated teachers and experienced assistants, inspired by our faith, work closely with each child, offering tailored ICT equipment and training to meet their specific needs.
For more details on our Vision Impairment support, please refer to our Provision for Pupils with Vision Impairment policy which can be found on our Policies page.
If you, as a parent or carer, or one of our staff feel your child is experiencing difficulty, we have outlined a pathway of provision as follows:
To read our latest SEND Report, please click here.
To read our SEND Policy, Single Equality Scheme and all other policies, see our Policies page.
We strive to do our best for your children, however should you have a complaint about our provision, please follow our Complaints Procedure which can be found on our Policies page.