Bradley Stoke Community School

Bradley Stoke Community School

The Olympus Academy Trust is committed to delivering an outstanding education for young people, ensuring that our students have access to the highest standards of teaching, resources and learning opportunities.

We work in close partnership with our schools, ensuring that we facilitate the sharing of best practice and provide access to a wide range of partners and resources for the benefit of our students and the wider community. Visit our website here or follow us on Twitter @olympustrust.

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Special Educational Needs BSCS Offer

BSCS tracks all students identified as having additional needs and monitors the impact of interventions. This includes students who have medical needs, learning needs, disabilities, looked after children, young carers, behavioural and emotional issues which impact on learning and children in need. Students with a statement or Education, Health and Care Plan and those as identified as SEN support are included on our Inclusion Register.  Our SENCo is Mrs Erica Wolstenholme who can be contacted via e mail at erica.wolstenholme@bradleystokecs.org.uk.

If you want to view videos with information from our students please scroll down to the section further down on the page.

 

How does BSCS know if my child needs extra help?

What should I do if I think my child has SEN?

How will BSCS communicate to all staff that my child has SEN or a disability and the support that he or she will need?

How will BSCS staff support my child’s SEND?

How will the curriculum be matched to my child’s needs?

How will staff at BSCS know how my child is doing?

How will I know how my child is doing?

How will you help me to support my child’s learning?

What support will there be for my child’s overall wellbeing?

What specialist services and expertise are available at or accessed by BSCS?

How does BSCS work together with outside agencies?

What training have the staff at BSCS had regarding supporting students with SEND?

How will my child be included in activities outside of the classroom including school trips?

How accessible is BSCS school?

How will BSCS prepare and support my child for transition in secondary school?

How will BSCS prepare and support my child for transition from KS3 (7-9) to KS4 (10 and 11)?

How will BSCS prepare and support my child for Post 16 transition, both within BSCS and outside of BSCS?

How are BSCS resources allocated and matched to a student’s SEN?

How is the decision made about what type and how much support my child will receive?

How will I be involved in BSCS as the parent of a child with SEND?

Who can I contact for further information?

 


 

Local offer information for students in BSCS

 

How will BSCS staff know if I need extra help?

What can I do if I think I need extra help?

How will BSCS change my work for me if I find it tough?

Do I get a say in how my work is changed at BSCS? Who can help me change it?

How will I know if I am doing well at BSCS?

Who can help me become more independent and learn to help myself?

What if I'm worried about something? Is there somewhere in BSCS where I can go?

What if I'm worried about things that aren't to do with school work?

What different things can I do in BSCS if I struggle to take part in some activities?

Have BSCS staff had any extra training to help me?

What help can I get if I am worried about starting at BSCS?

How will BSCS prepare me for Post 16 or going to college?

What is it like being a student at BSCS?