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We have collected a grand total of £515.94 for Children In Need - which is fantastic, thank you for your support!....Sleep Tight Clinic visit .... Email-'Black Lives Matter' .Subscribe to our School Youtube Channel via the link in the notice board post. We are looking to recruit Casual Midday's - if you would be interested in applying and for further information/application form please speak to Pauline Grady, School Business Manager, at the main office......There are spaces available in our full time nursery class both for families eligible for 30 funded hours and also those families wanting to pay to increase from the universal 15 hours up to 30 hours. Pauline and Alison in the school office can assist families with this ........For the second year running Kings Road has been shortlisted as primary school of the year for the whole of Greater Manchester! .... Follow us on our school Twitter @kingsroadcps for all our updates


SEND at Kings Road Primary School


At Kings Road Primary School, we firmly believe that all children have the right to an education that has high expectations, fulfils their needs and enables them to reach their full potential in a safe and nurturing environment for learning. We believe quality first teaching gives every child the life chances they deserve and we work hard to provide a caring, stimulating and inclusive environment in which they can flourish.


We pride ourselves on being an inclusive school, creating a sense of community and belonging which values the abilities and achievements of all of our pupils and which is based upon the school’s visions and values.


Kings Road Primary School aims to promote and create a caring and positive environment that allows all children to develop physically, educationally, emotionally, socially and spiritually.


Not all children will need extra support with their learning but the progress of all children at Kings Road is monitored closely to ensure support is provided where necessary and that early identification enables children to make the best possible progress.


Miss K Meenagh SENCO




                  Trafford SEND Local Offer information


Parent information



                                    SEND Magazine



Click on the SEND Magazine link below to see what you can do as a family together over the next couple of months.

SEND – useful information



If you would like advice from professionals outside school you may find the following numbers and websites useful:



 Trafford Local Offer


· Trafford Parents and Young People Partnership (PYPPS) - 0161 912 3150


· Trafford Families Service Directory – 0161 912 1053


· Statutory Assessment Service – 0161 245 7439


· Trafford Admissions -

· Trafford School Nursing Team - 0161 912 3395


· The British Dyslexia Association – 0333 405 4555 -


· The Dyspraxia Foundation – 01462 454986 -


· Headway: The Brain Injury Association – 0115 924 0800 -


· Sale and Altrincham Mencap – 0161 828 5678

· Trafford Speech and Language Therapy Service – 0161 912 2592

· Trafford Sensory Impairment Support Service (TSISS) – 0161 912 5526


· Together Trust - Sleep Tight Trafford (sleep problems) – 0161 283 4848




· Autistic Society Greater Manchester (ASGMA) – 0161 866 8483


· National Autistic Society, Trafford – 01254 888 535 ·


Autism Education Trust -




ADHD · Living with ADHD – · Understanding ADHD -


Living with ADHD –


Understanding ADHD



Down’s Syndrome

· National Down’s Syndrome Society – 01278 429 089

· South Manchester Down’s Syndrome Support Group – 07593 542 107


National Societies


· National Blind Children’s Society – 0300 303 7000 ·


National Deaf Children’s Society – 0808 800 8880 -

The Sickle Cell Society