Stuart Road Primary Academy
We are a fairly small school with a strong focus on a community approach to everything we do. We strive for academic excellence whilst ensuring that every child feels safe and secure and is supported to do the best they can. We are proud to encourage children to think about what they might do today if they knew they would not fail.
The school has a very active Parent Council that works hard for the benefit of the children. They are always looking for parents to become involved, so if you are interested, please do check their page.
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We at Stuart Road Primary Academy take our Safeguarding responsibilities very seriously. This means that we have ensured that everyone working in the school has successfully completed the necessary clearances to enable them to work with pupils. It also means that we have staff members who are specifically trained in Child Protection procedures. We have a wide range of policies which ensure that we are in line with current safeguarding practices.
Part of our legal duty to safeguard learners may also include the need to consult with and take advice from other agencies such as the Police, or Social Services, should the need arise.
By working closely with everyone concerned, we firmly believe that we will continue to offer a safe learning environment for all our learners.
- Ofsted rating: Unknown See the report for the school
At Stuart Road we are committed to providing a varied and inclusive curriculum for all our pupils, encouraging children to strive to achieve and exceed goals set. We believe that all children deserve the very best start in life, and we aim to provide this for all our pupils.
Full support is provided for all children with SEN requirements through a range of strategies and interventions that are matched to pupil need with an aim to overcome barriers to learning.
Parents are fully involved in the process of identifying and monitoring pupils with SEN, and precise targets are set, monitored and reviewed regularly throughout the year.
We have a strong commitment to developing and training our staff, providing them with the information and resources needed to support additional needs in the classroom.
Excellent care, guidance and support contributes significantly to pupils' personal development to make them all feel safe and secure and make the best possible academic and personal progress.
- Primary school - 5 to 11 years
- Three / four year old funded
- Two year old funded
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