Stoke Damerel Community College
Stoke Damerel Community College is a specialist College for Mathematics and Computing. We are a Raising Achievement Partnership College with a focus on inspiring our students and helping them reach new heights and achievements. We hope that you can now discover more about us and our aspirations for the future.
Stoke Damerel is a vibrant and forward-thinking community of teachers and learners. Our students, staff and governors believe that Stoke Damerel is a very special college - caring, happy, aspirational. We have an excellent teaching and support staff team who themselves demonstrate and encourage a lifelong love of learning, both within and beyond our curriculum.
Stoke Damerel Community College fosters a culture of high expectation and aspirations, which is inherent in everything we do. Students are justifiably proud of their school and their achievements and there is a strong sense of collaboration where students and staff are united in their desire to learn and improve. Our teaching staff embrace new pedagogical practice and the latest technology to offer students 24/7 learning.
We seek to provide the very best educational experience so that all our students can reach their full potential as they become responsible and proactive members of our community.
- Ofsted rating: Good See the report for the school
Objectives of the school's Special Educational Needs and Disabilities provision:
- To ensure access to a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum for all students.
- To identify students with additional needs and disabilities.
- To identify the nature of the additional need or disability and to implement appropriate learning, behavioural and social skills intervention to meet that need as far as resources will allow.
- To raise the self-esteem of students with additional needs and disabilities.
- To involve parents/carers in a partnership to support and extend students' learning.
- To promote effective liaison between the SENCO, Leadership Team, Curriculum Manager, Learning Manager, staff, parents and external agencies.
- To support staff in curriculum areas to adapt schemes of work and make good provision for all students to learn effectively.
- To ensure effective transition across all Key Stages.
- To ensure that SEND students are represented and supported in all areas of school life.
- Secondary school - 11 to 16 years
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