Special Educational Needs and Disability Provision
Reddish Vale High School is committed to promoting and ensuring equality for all.
Our vision of "Positively Changing Lives" alongside our core values Respect, Aspiration, Determination and Independence underpin all of our activities. We believe that the active promotion of equality and equal opportunities enriches the lives and experiences of all students. RVHS is therefore committed to provide the very highest standards of education for all students.
Reddish Vale High School will support the individual needs of all students and prospective students with disabilities.
Please read our SEND Information Report for 2019/2020 by clicking on the link below
If you have any questions or would like to talk through any SEN Support please contact our SENCO Ms Suzanne Watt on 0161 477 3544 or Email email@example.com
Please click on the link below to view the Stockport Local Offer
Our local offer advice and support that i available for parents and carers of children with SEND can be found using the following link: www.sensupportstockport.uk
Stockport MBC have produced an eNewsletter that contains lots of useful information - please click on link below to access
Signpost for Young Carers
There is a significant amount of support available for young carers. Please visit the link below for more information and how to make a referral.
Reddish also offer support for young carers inside of school. You can access this support by speaking to Mrs Doyle or Mrs Rosser, who are both situated in The Hive.
SEND Improvement Journey E-Newsletter
Please visit the link below for the latest edition of the SEND Improvement Journey Newsletter in a webpage format. It inludes help and advice regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, and how to keep young minds healthy, through this uncertain time.
Autism Team Parent Support
There are a number of dates in which parents can attend, in order to gain more information about autism. Please note that these events are mainly for parents, therefore young people do not need to attend, and also, you are welcome to attend even if a young person does not have a diagnosis.
It may be useful if you feel you can identify traits, or if you believe a young person has an underlying issue.
Please see the poster below for more details regarding the venue, dates and times.