Here at Bishopton, staff and stakeholders are dedicated to providing accessible educational and therapeutic support to both Primary and Secondary schools in our area.
If you are a school looking to find out more about the services we offer please contact our Headteacher, Emily Carr or Deputy Headteacher Rachel Campbell for more information.
The Pupil Inclusion Panel was developed to provide schools with a network of support. Secondary PIP meets once per fortnight to discuss current exclusion data, and preventative strategies. The PIP is well attended by representatives from Stockton’s Local Authority; Academies and Maintained schools; Early Help; Youth Directions; School Admissions. Due to the high number of Primary schools and Academies, Primary PIP meet in clusters according to geographical location in the borough. Through both PIPs, Stockton schools work tirelessly to ensure the best outcomes for our pupils. If you require any further information, please contact Clare Mahoney, Education Development Advisor- SEN & Inclusionwho chairs the panel.
Statutory placements consist of an education to those:
- Children who cannot access a school setting, for medical reasons, may be referred to Stockton Local Authority’s One Point Panel. For further information on this service, please contact Clare Mahoney, Education Development Advisor- SEN & Inclusion
- Pupils directed to us by the Local Authority
- Who have been permanently excluded from school
Please use the link below to obtain a copy of our school referral form.