Our Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo) is Mr Andrew Meynell. 

At Stakesby, we make sure that every child makes good or better progress from their starting points. We monitor progress really carefully during our teaching and adjust what we do to help every learner. The staff also meet every term with the SENCo to discuss every child in depth. This ensures that we quickly identify children who may need a bit of extra help to keep up or longer-term support to achieve their potential. This might mean extra focused help in the classroom; a short term additional 'booster' programme in a small group or individually; or more intensive support through setting up an Educational Health Care Plan. We keep parents and carers fully informed at every stage and, where longer term support is needed, they are invited to meetings every term to discuss progress and next steps.

These documents set out our principles and approaches to ensure that all children are fully included and given equal opportunities.

This link will take you to our latest Information Report 

SEN Documents

North Yorkshire SEN Local Offer

Information about services the local authority provides for children with Special Educational Needs

 

Latest News

6 September 2018

School Meal Changes

Please find below some small, but beneficial changes to our school meal prices and system.
2 May 2018

When a drone visited Stakesby!

Paul from YorkshireDroneServices.com recently visited Stakesby with his drone to take some images of the children spelling out the word 'GOOD' in celebration of our recent Ofsted success. Year 5 used problem solving techniques in a maths lesson to work out the area that the children had to stand in and how the children and letters would be arranged. A huge 'Thank You' to Paul for his services and patience and keep an eye out in the Whitby Gazette for the images!
21 April 2018

Wise Owl's Intergenerational Session withYorkshire Coast Homes

Stakesby's Wise Owls had a lovely morning with residents of Marton Court, Whitby. With kelly Brown from Yorkshire Coast homes, they decorated paper butterflies, shared stories and sung their favourite nursery rhymes!