Statham Community Primary School
All children in England between the ages of 5 and 16 years are entitled to a free place at a state school. Legally your child reaches compulsory school age at the beginning of the term following his/her fifth birthday. In Warrington, however, it is current policy to provide education from the beginning of the school year in which your child is 5 years old. This means that a school place will be available in the September following your child’s fourth birthday. Mainstream state schools are funded by the Local Authority (LA), follow the National Curriculum and are regularly inspected by the Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted).
Information about the school can be found on their website.
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Childcare provision related to this school
- Statham Little Foxes After School Club
Please see separate entry under 'childcare' for more details.
- Childminders also provide out of school care and some may have specified they pick up/drop off from this school.
Please contact the Families Information Service for more details.
For more detailed information of childcare linked to this school please contact the Families Information Service, who can offer comprehensive up to date information on registered childcare in Warrington, including childminders, day nurseries, pre-schools, playgroups, out of school and holiday clubs, carer & toddler groups, leisure activities and much more.....
Other Useful contacts
WBC School admissions, transport and pupil services team 01925 446226
Who to contact
Where to go
- Statham Community Primary School
- WA13 9BE
- Local/National Service?
Statham is a one form entry community school with capacity for approximately 210 pupils. Statham has a well-established reputation for being a friendly and welcoming place with high academic and behavioural standards and a strong emphasis on the personal and social development of all pupils. We are an active, forward thinking school with a committed team of teachers who have developed a corporate approach to planning and implementing a creative curriculum, where real learning and achievement takes place.
- Contact Name
- Jane Rooney (Deputy Head/ SENCo)
- Contact Telephone
- 01925 752142
- Contact Email
- Local Offer Age Bands
- 5-11 - Primary
Schools Extended Local Offer Response
- How does the setting/school/college know if children/young people need extra help and what should I do if I think my child/young person may have special educational needs?
Progress of children is continually monitored. If a member of staff is concerned about a child’s progress then these concerns would be discussed at class level initially, then with parents, the child and the schools Special Educational Needs and Disability Coordinator where appropriate. Provision/intervention is allocated for a fixed time and then reviewed. If a child is still not making the expected progress, school will seek further advice and support from any relevant outside agencies for further observation, possible assessment and detailed advice to help the child overcome any barriers to their learning in order to continue to make progress.
- How will early years setting/school/college staff support my child/young person?
Speak to your child’s class teacher who will be able to advise and liaise with the school SENCO. They will discuss your worries and will offer advice and support. The school has an open door policy and we understand that your child’s education is a joint partnership between school and parents. It is essential that parents talk to us at the earliest stage so that appropriate intervention may be put in place.
- How will the curriculum be matched to my child's/young person's needs?
The class teacher in consultation with the SENCO, parents and young person will discuss and plan the education program. The effectiveness of this will be monitored over time and progress will be reviewed at least termly. The class teacher will continue to inform parents of pupil progress when necessary and will update the SENCO where appropriate. The Governors will continue to monitor the progress of SEN pupils.
- How will both you and I know how my child/young person is doing and how will you help me to support my child's/young person's learning?
School provision maps identify categories of need and resources are allocated to best fit those needs. Teachers differentiate lessons according to individual pupil needs and where necessary Individual Education Plans are generated in consultation with parents and pupils. These detail specific targets, resources and support on an individual basis.
- What support will there be for my child's/young person's overall well being?
Class teachers will share ,discuss, and review progress and targets with parent/ carers and the young person at regular intervals. Communication diaries may be used to further support home school liaison and there will be an annual review of progress. Parents may be invited to attend training events to support further learning and there will be open lines of communication between all stakeholders.
- What specialist services and expertise are available at or accessed by the setting/school/college?
Please refer to the schools policies on Health and Safety and Behaviour and Well Being.
- What training have the staff supporting children and young people with SEND had? Are any being trained currently?
School will access a number of local authority specialist services such as
- Educational Psychologist
- Speech and language Support
- Occupational Therapy
- Inclusion team Teachers for Learning
- Sensory Support
- School Health
School will also seek private specialist services where necessary
- How will my child/young person be included in activities outside this classroom including school trips?
School SENDCo attends regular SEN training through cluster school provision to maintain up to date knowledge of SEN practice. Training is also implemented to meet the needs of any children with SEND. Provision mapping identifies training needs on a termly basis.
- How accessible is the setting/school/college environment?
School endeavors to include all pupils in all activities and will work closely with parents/ carers to ensure barriers to participation are eradicated. Risk assessment will be shared with pupils and families to ensure correct provision is in place
- How will the setting/school/college prepare and support my child/young person to join the setting/school/college or the next stage of education and life?
Parts of the school building are wheel chair accessible and there is one disabled toilet and a disabled parking bay. The school provision map highlights any gaps in provision and funds/resources are allocated accordingly. Local cluster schools share expertise, resources and good practice and training is reviewed annually based on the current needs of pupils.
- How are the setting's/school's/college's resources allocated and matched to children's/young people's special educational needs?
School works closely with Lymm High School and any other relevant educational setting to ensure smooth transition for all pupils. Transition arrangements are created to meet the individual needs of pupils and parents are encouraged to accompany pupils where appropriate .School ensures formal and informal meetings are held to share knowledge, data, progress and any other relevant information/documentation with the receiving school so that a complete picture of each student is shared.
- How is the decision made about what type and how much support my child/young person will receive?
Provision mapping identifies the categories of need which are most prevalent. Funds are allocated to best meet these needs for pupils and spending is regularly reviewed to ensure schools are utilising funds to ensure the very best practice and support is in place.
- How are parents involved in the setting/school/college? How can I be involved?
Following detailed assessment of the pupil, the class teacher in consultation with the SENDCo will decide upon the best support available and will timetable support for the child. School will use the designated SEND budget to meet these needs.. This may be more appropriate on a 1:1 basis or as small group intervention. Support will change according to the ongoing review of need and this will be discussed with parents/ guardian/child/ carers.
For Pupils with a statement or EHIC further consultation will take place with all stakeholders as to the success and requirements of intervention and the funding that is available to school.