Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

St Cuthbert’s RC Primary School is an inclusive school and all teachers:

Do everything they can to meet pupils’ special educational needs.

Ensure that pupils with SEND engage in activities alongside their peers

Provide high-quality teaching, differentiated for individual pupils

 ‘Delight in the Good’


Mrs A Glover is the Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator (SENDCo) and she works closely with school staff and outside agencies to support and assess children as a need arises. She can be contacted at or on the school number 01642 601567.

All of our staff in school are there to support any children who have Special Educational Needs or Disabilities.


COVID-19 Updates relating to SEND

Stockton Local Offer Coronavirus page

SEND Information Report (School Offer) and Policy

Below is the school information report, giving you the information about what St Cuthbert’s offer children with SEND.

SEND Information Report 2020-21

SEND-information-report-covid-19 January update

SEND Policy

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Code of Practice: 0-25 years


Stockton-on-Tees Local Offer

Stockton Local Offer  provides information to parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities, aged 0 – 25, to help them to understand what services and support, they and their families can expect from a range of local agencies within the local authority.


Parental Support

Stockton SEND Portal

The SEND Portal is a secure online gateway provided by Stockton Borough Council that enables parents/carers to self-register and then provide information to the Local Authority (in relation to SEN) about their child.

What can you do via the Portal?

  • Request an assessment
  • Submit requests for advice/reports
  • Check the current status and track progress of an EHCP assessment
  • View copies of the EHC Plan


Click here for the Parent Carer Forum


The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Information, Advice & Support Service – SENDIASS

The aim of the service is to support parents, carers, children and young people (0-25) with Special Educational Needs and Disability SENDIASS Website

There is also a further document – Special educational needs and disability – a guide for parents and carers which can be found at A Guide For Parents


SEND useful websites


SEND weblinks for home learning

National Oak Academy Specialist

BBC Bitesize SEND Toolkit

The Maths Factor

Resources and Support

SEND Home Learning Support- Programmes

Dyslexia Home Learning Backgrounds

SNAPS (Special Needs Activities with Parent Support)

Eastern Ravens (Young carers)

Autism Parents Together

SEN Resource Source

Regenerate (Autism)

Education Endowment Foundation

SEND Support For Parents

SEN Resources Blog

SEN Resources Blog-Facebook Page

Special Needs Jungle


Sensory Circuits

ASDAN Resources to support remote learning


Social story for covid January 2021

Greatminds Together

Young Minds


Outside Agencies and Services

CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services): CAMHS Website


CAMHS Websites

CAMHS Downloads

CAMHS Videos


Educational Psychology service:

Click on the link for the EPS helpline information.




Daisy Chain: Daisy Chain Website

Daisy chain information video

Speech and Language Therapy: SALT Website

Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy: Physio and Occupational Therapy Website