Special Education and Disability Additional Needs Provision

 Please find information below about the additional education needs and disability provision across Oldham and at our school.


St Mary's Provision for Additional Educational Needs

Please select from the documents below.

File icon: pdf SEND School Information Report 2017 [pdf 149KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Accessibility Plan 2017- 2020 [pdf 150KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Disability Equality Scheme and Policy 2017 [pdf 311KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf SEND Policy 2018 [pdf 160KB] Click to download

Oldham Council's Additional Needs Register

Please can we strongly encourage all parents of SEND children to add their details to the register so that they can receive updates and alerts when new services and resources are added to the Local Offer Directory.

Please register by clicking on the picture link.

Oldham Council Local Offer

Please click on the link to access Oldham Council's provision for children with additional educational needs and disabilities age 0-25 and their families. 

Please click on the picture link to visit their website.


For information about activities and clubs for children and young adults with additional needs across the Oldham area please select the document below.


Oldham Council Reports, Strategies, Values and Codes of Practice (SEND)

Please click on the picture link to access the information.  This information contains Oldham Council's SEND Written Statement of Action (WSOA).

Family Information Service

The Family Information Service (FIS) provides free, impartial, up-to-date information to support parents / carers with children and young people aged 0-20.

Please click on the picture link to visit their website.

Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Advice and Support Service

Formerly known as Parent Partnership, Oldham. Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Information Advice and Support (IAS) Service is a FREE confidential, impartial and independent service operated by POINT Services.

Oldham SEND IAS Service exists to help parents and carers of children with additional needs and disabilities; and children and young people themselves, in matters relating to their Education, Health or Social Care provision.

Our support services are tailored to your individual needs and are both personal and confidential.  We can offer you:

  • Independent information about Special Needs Education.
  • One-to-one advice and support.
  • Details about how Special Education, Health and Social Care is organised.
  • Advice about working with those involved with you, your child or young person.
  • Information about local support networks.
  • Access to Independent Parental Support for Parents, Carers and Young People 16+
  • Support to arrange Mediation and Disagreement Resolution.
  • Support with SEND Tribunal claims.
  • Opportunities to improve and shape services through our SEND IAS Steering Group.

Please click on the picture link to visit their website.


Parents of Oldham in Touch


POINT is YOUR VOICE  and this is where you can make sure your voice is heard in shaping the future for Children and Young people with Additional Needs and Disabilities.

Please click on the picture link to visit their website.

Families of ASD Children Engaging Together

FACETS is a support group for families of children on the autistic spectrum and their sibilings the opportunity to get together, share advice, support, challenges in a friendly environment on a weekly basis.

They welcome children up to 16 years old and their families on Tuesdays 4.00pm till 6.00pm at the Nicola Hughes Satellite Centre, Wellington Road, Greenfield, OL3 7AL £2.00 per child.


Feel free to contact us at facetfamilies@gmail.com or phone 07887 877508.