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We welcome parents and carers to Oakfield Park School and appreciate their participation in open days, coffee mornings  and if they want to come and help.


If a parent or carer would like to talk to a specific teacher, the PSA or SENCO it is helpful if a call  is made to arrange a mutually agreeable time as it is particularly difficult for teachers to teach and have a proper talk with a parent / carer. 

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Stephanie Nagy is our school Special Educational needs co-ordinator (SENCO).  Please contact her on 01977 613423. (Option 4)

Tracy Bunko is our Parent Support Adviser –she is based at school and works throughout the year (not just term time).  She is available if you want to talk about a specific issue or just need someone to listen.  Please call on her 01977 613423. (Option 5)

Tracy can:

Offer 1:1 support for families

Help parents and carers to talk to school and other agencies

Provide information and advice.

Act as a link between overnight short breaks services, social services.  

Can attend Looked after Children reviews,  Child in Need meetings, Multi Agency meetings.

Supports Person Centred reviews / Education and Health Care Planning meetings.


If as a parent / carer there is anything you want to talk about please contact either:


Tracy our PSA Stephanie our SENCO.


For complaints please see our Complaints Policy in the Policies tab. (School - Policies - Non curricular policies - Complaints)

Wakefield Families Together

Wakefield Families Together brings services together, so that it’s easier for you to find and access the support you need, at the earliest opportunity.

We want children, young people, and families to tell us they are happy, healthy, and safe. Wakefield Families Together are about working on your behalf so that if you have a concern about your child or family member, you only need to have one conversation with us, and we can direct you to the right support. You can access this support through your child’s school, family hub, or in the local community.

To help us localise how we work with families across the Wakefield district, we have grouped our teams and partner organisations into six community ‘cluster’ areas, with nine family hubs and three Youth Hubs. You can find your local Family Hub or Youth on the Wakefield Families Together website here: Family Hubs – Wakefield Families Togetherand here: Youth Hubs – Wakefield Families Together