Help for parents of children with SEN
The Parent Partnership Service is part of the council, but it operates independently. A partnership approach between parents, schools and professionals is important in enabling children and young people with special educational needs to achieve their potential.
What the Parent Partnership Service offers.
When is a child thought to have a special educational need?
School Action and School Action Plus
Different types of support for children with SEN.
Parents, specialists and schools all contribute to supporting SEN
How the Statement system works
How a Statement of Special Educational Needs is laid out.
How a school is chosen for a child with SEN
How the Annual Review process works
The words and abbreviations often used when talking about SEN