Stranton Primary School

Stranton Primary School
Only the best is good enough


Working with Parents 

We believe in a fully inclusive approach to supporting pupils with additional needs. This means working in partnership with you as parents or carers to support your child in whatever way we can to enable your child to achieve their potential.

We follow a graduated response to need from initial conversations with the class teacher, targeted class support to more specific personalised support. This is always through discussion with you as parent/carer initially informally or through parent meetings and or reviews as part of our SEN arrangements in school. Pupil passport meetings are held with parents and carers at the beginning and end of each term.

Further details of how support is organised is explained in School SEND Information Report.

If you would like to discuss your child’s needs at any time please do not hesitate to contact Miss Sengelow who will be pleased to meet with you.

Our family support team can offer individual support and advice on many issues. Please ask Mrs Wilson or Mrs Johnson for more information.

Hartlepool Borough Council has set up the parent partnership service to ensure that parents of children with SEND are fully informed and involved in their child’s education. Hartlepool Local Authority provides further information which you can access by following the link below.

Hartlepool SEND Information

Hartlepool Families First aims to ensure that all residents in Hartlepool and its surrounding area, regardless of age or ability, enjoy a healthy and fulsome life and achieve to the very best of their capabilities.

Hartlepool Families First

The First Contact and Support Hub (FCSH) provides information, advice and guidance on services and support for children, young people and families. Contact Details: Tel - 01429 284284

  • Advice on family issues and concerns
  • Access to specialist services and support
  • Family finance and budgeting
  • Benefit and entitlement checks
  • Training and employment advice
  • Becoming a childminder / childcare provider
  • Help with finding and paying for childcare
  • 2, 3, 4 year old Free Nursery Entitlement
  • Sure Start Children's Centres
  • Activities for children and young people.