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At St George and St Martin, we believe that each and every child is unique and important, a gift from God. Each and every child receives the very best personalised learning programme that we can provide. Children are considered to have a Special Educational Need if they require something which is additional to or different from most of their peers in order to be able to make progress with an area of learning, communicate with children or adults or play and interact with others using age appropriate social and emotional skills.

Children who have a Special Educational Need will have an personal Pupil Passport which is written each term by the the adults who work with the child in school and their family.

Mrs Griffiths is the Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO). The SENCO is responsible for overseeing the provision made for pupils with Special Educational Needs and for ensuring that each child receives the very best support and provision for them.

Further information about Special Educational Needs and disabilities at St George and St Martin can be found in our SEN Policy, our Equality Policy, our Equality Plan and our SEN Information Report 2022.  If you would like to talk to someone about Special Educational Needs, you can talk to any member of staff in school, Mrs Griffiths (SENCO), Mrs Farmer (Principal), or Mrs  Saunders, the Academy Committee representative with responsibility for Special Educational Needs.

You can contact them by telephoning 01782 234384, emailing: or by calling into the school offIce in person.

What is the SEND Local Offer?

Local authorities, schools and other services will set out a local offer of all services available to support children who are disabled or who have Special Educational Needs and their families. The local offer will enable families to understand what services they can access and what support they can expect from a range of local agencies, including from the local authority, health services, schools, leisure services and the voluntary sector. The offer will include provision from birth to 25, across education, health and social care.   

What will it do?

  • The Local Offer will provide parents/carers with information about how to access services in their area, and what they can expect from those services. With regard to Education, it will let parents/ carers and young people know how school and colleges will support them, and what they can expect across the local settings. 

There are 18 questions, devised in consultation with parents/carers and other agencies, which reflect their concerns and interests. These will be answered by agencies, schools and colleges to provide information to parents and carers to enable them to make decisions about how to best support their child’s needs.  You can read our school responses in the SEND Information Policy below.

Click below to view the Stoke-on-Trent Local Offer.