Additional Learning Needs
From September 2020, the current Special Educational Needs Code will be replaced with a new and reformed system called Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Act.
All schools in Wales will be required to make changes to their current systems. We are currently working in collaboration with the Local Authority to ensure a smooth transition to the new ALNET Act.
If you would like further information about the changes that are happening, please click on the link:
The following two links are also a great resource for understanding the forthcoming changes:
If you have any questions regarding the ALNET Bill or how these changes may effect your child please contact Mrs Davies, she will be more than happy to answer your queries.
SNAP Cymru provides information, advice and support for parents, children and young people who have, or may have, special educational needs or disabilities
They provide the following impartial, confidential and free services:
Helpline Advice and Support
Discrimination Advice and Casework
Independent Specialist Advocacy
If you wish to contact SNAP Cymru you can do so by clicking on the link.
Nursery: 8:55am to 11:25am
Foundation Phase: 8:55am to 12:00pm
Key Stage 2: 8:55am to 12:20pm
Nursery: 12:25pm to 3:00pm
Foundation Phase & Key Stage 2: 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Stacey Primary School has a current, three year disability access plan (2016-19). The plan consists of short, medium and long term targets for three distinct areas, these being, access to the curriculum, access to the physical environment and access to information in other formats. Together with the targets, the plan highlights strategies, timescales, responsibilities and success criteria for those involved. The school reviews the disability access plan as part of its monitoring, evaluating and reviewing cycle and makes any appropriate revisions as necessary. A copy of the full disability access plan can be obtained from the head teacher on request.