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Sometimes a child needs additional support to that which is normally available in a mainstream school.  Rose Hill Primary has an Additionally Resourced Provision for children aged 5 -11 which we call our Patchwork class.

Rose Hill is one of only seven mainstream primary schools in Stockport with inclusive resourced provision, this means we receive additional funding to provide extra teaching and support staff for fourteen children with Education and Health Care Plans (EHCPs).  This inclusive approach has wonderful benefits for every member of the school community in terms of understanding, empathy, achievement and confidence.

There are two interconnecting classrooms with access to a sensory room, cosy room, small teaching room and a dedicated outside space (which we are continually developing).  The children are taught by a specialist SEN team of teachers and teaching assistants and receive the majority of their learning within the Patchwork classroom setting, but can also access inclusion opportunities into mainstream, dependant on each individual child’s needs.

We cater for a wide range of special educational needs and develop specific programmes of support for each individual that consider all aspects of the EHCP and the advice of other agencies.  Collaboration with our families is very important to us and the Patchwork family always strive to work together to support our pupils.

The majority of our children move onto Castle Hill High School in Year 7.

We love to have visitors to our wonderful Patchwork provision, but If you are looking for this type of provision for your child, we suggest in the first instance you speak to either Portage or your designated EHCP team member. 

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