Special Educational and Disability Needs

See the provision available below.

Oldham Council SEND Offer

Local Authorities must publish support that is available for children and young people with S.E.N. and disabilities and their families.

To access the Oldham Council Local Offer please click on the picture link.

 

St Mary's SEND Provision

Welcome to our SEND pages. We hope you will enjoy reading about the variety of ways in which St.Mary’s is able to support SEND pupils to reach their full potential.

Our Special Needs Co-ordinator is Mrs C O’Leary.

Our Governor with responsibility for SEND is Mr M. Bridgen Foundation Governor. 

 

File icon: pdf SEND Identification Strategy [pdf 240KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf St Mary's SEND Information Report September 2017 [pdf 406KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf SEND Policy July 2017 [pdf 347KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Accessibility Policy and Plan 2017-2018 [pdf 432KB] Click to download

Autism Awareness Week April 2017 

Some events during autism awareness week.

Mental Health Training for Staff - May 2017

Staff have been given training on signposting and improving children's mental health.  Good mental health for both our children and staff is very important at St Mary's.  Please see more information below about support available to families.

Positive Steps - Early Help -Whole Family Support Service

You can self refer to get support with housing, debt, anti-social behaviour, drugs and alcohol etc. 

Please click on the picture link to visit their website.

Telephone: 0161 621 9400

 

P.O.I.N.T. Parents of Oldham in Touch

POINT is YOUR VOICE  and this is where you can make sure your voice is heard in shaping the future for Children and Young people with Additional Needs and Disabilities.  POINT offers support respite and activities for children and young people suffering varying levels of autism. 

Please click on the picture link to visit their website.

Telephone: 0161 667 2054

Mahdlo Youth Zone

Mahdlo offers a number of out of school activities.  Their work falls within six key themes: Get Active (Sports); Get Creative (Arts); Get Sorted (personal development, crime prevention and health and wellbeing); Get Outdoors (outward bound and environmental activities); Get Connected (leadership, volunteering and citizenship); Get Ahead (employment and enterprise). 

Please click on the picture link to visit their website.

Telephone:  0161 624 0111

Family Information Service

The Family Information Service provides help, advice and support for parents and carers of children aged 0-20 years old.

Please click on the picture link to visit their website.

MindEd

MindEd is a free educational resource about children and young people's mental health for all adults. 

Please click on the picture link to visit their website.