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Keeping Children Safe - Supplementary Education

Supplementary Education includes all non-statutory provision for children and young people in a setting outside of a mainstream school. It is not an alternative to mainstream education in your local school but provides extra support in core curriculum subjects (Maths, English, Science, etc.) and/or languages,…

Keeping Children Safe - Unregistered Schools

An unregistered school is a school that is independent from Local Authority control and meets the criteria below for registration, but has not done so. The criteria are: Teaches a full-time education to five or more children aged between 5-16 years old Teaches a…

KIDS

KIDS is a national charity working with disabled children, young people and their families across England. KIDS offer many services which include: Direct work with disabled children and direct work with disabled young people, including specialist youth groups and a…

MacIntyre

MacIntyre is a national charity that provides learning, support and care for adults and children with learning disabilities, at centres across the UK.The range of services provided includes registered care homes, supported living schemes, accredited training schemes and lifelong learning services, as well…

Potential Plus UK

Potential Plus UK is an independent charity that supports the social, emotional and learning needs of children with high learning potential of all ages and backgrounds.  The organisation supports children who have the ability to achieve; but who, for whatever reason, are not achieving their potential.…

School-Home Support (SHS)

Working with schools, local authorities and other children's settings, we provide personalised support to children and families, tackling the underlying barriers to a successful education to improve the life chances of children. Educational inequality starts early. Many disadvantaged children and parents are under-prepared for the transition…

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…

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 Needs Assessment Service (SNAS)- Coronavirus

Wandsworth Special Needs Assessment Service (SNAS): COVID-19 update This guidance note should be read in conjunction with the government’s latest guidance on Education, health and care needs assessments and plans: guidance on temporary legislative changes relating to coronavirus (COVID-19), published 30 April 2020