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OnLineTraining Limited (OLT)

We provide timely online training when a teaching professional needs specialist knowledge to understand and support learners, particularly those with special educational needs and/or disability. There is a charge for our main courses. However, we also provide a number of resources FREE. We work with…

Personal Budgets

Personal budgets are available for support which is individual to the child or young person. They allow parents and young people more choice and control over the support they receive. Personal budgets (some of which can be taken as a direct…

Positive Parent Action (PPA)

Positive Parent Action (PPA) is an independent parents' forum which aims to improve provision for all disabled children and young people from 0-25 years old, living in the Borough of Wandsworth. This voluntary group of parents and carers use their shared experience to help Wandsworth Council make…

Schools and Community Psychology Service (SCPS)

This service is for children, young people (0 to 25 years) who live in Wandsworth, who attend a Wandsworth maintained nursery or school or who are looked after by Wandsworth, and for their families and the practitioners who work with them. You can visit…

SEND reforms Key Working e-Learning from the Council for Disabled Children (CDC)

These free online modules from the Council for Disabled Children (CDC) are designed for a multi-agency group of professionals from across health, education and care and will empower professionals to implement these key working functions when working in partnership with young people and their families as…

SEND: Guide for parents and carers

The Parents’ Guide to the Special Educational Needs and disability (SEND) reforms is now available to download from the GOV.UK website.    This guide explains how the system that supports children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities works. It covers: the law and…

SENDIST/Tribunal

Once a request for an Education Health and Care plan (EHC plan), has been made, the local authority must make a decision and communicate that decision to the child’s parent/carer or the young person within six weeks of receiving the request. If the local…

Service children and young people, statutory assessments of Education Health and Care (EHC) needs

When a Service child or young person, 0-25 years old, requires a statutory assessment of their Education Health and Care (EHC) needs, the local authority must seek advice from the Children’s Education Advisory Service (CEAS).  CEAS is part of the Ministry…

Special educational needs and disability code of practice: 0-25 years

The SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) code of practice: 0-25 years is now available to download from the GOV.UK website.    This statutory code is for: headteachers and principals governing bodies school and college staff SEN coordinators early education providers health and social services staff local…

Special Educational Needs and Disability Inclusion Fund - Info for Providers and Parents

This SEN & Disability Inclusion Fund (SENDIF) is for 2- and 3- and 4- year olds who are taking up their Early Years funded entitlement. This fund is available to ensure the inclusion of children with additional needs in early education.  All early year’s…