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Early Support (ES)

Wandsworth's Early Support (ES) service is available to disabled children aged 0-5 years living in Wandsworth with complex developmental and medical needs. To qualify for ES a child needs to have: three or more specialist health professionals working with them, and at least one service from education, social…

Education Inclusion Service

The Education Inclusion Service works with schools to enable vulnerable children and young people to meet their potential. The team supports teachers at both a strategic and a practical level to increase their capacity to support through improving leadership and management and developing skills in the…

Enhanced Children's Centre (ECC)

The Enhanced Children’s Centre is a provision specifically for families in Wandsworth with young children (0-5 years) with a disability, special educational need or  complex medical need. You will find a welcoming space where you and your child can have fun,…

Oakdene - Residential Unit

Oakdene provides overnight short breaks for children and young people aged from 5, though more usually from 8 to 18 years. All the children and young people, who use the service have moderate to severe learning difficulties as well as associated physical or medical needs, sensory impairments…

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…

Positive Parent Action (PPA) Monthly Meeting

Positive Parent Action (PPA) is a parents' forum which works with Wandsworth Council to improve provision for all disabled children and young people from 0-25 years old, living in the borough.  Parents and carers of children and young people with SENDs are invited…

Positive Parent Action (PPA) SEND reform

Positive Parent Action (PPA) is a parents' forum which works with Wandsworth Council to improve provision for all disabled children and young people from 0-25 years old, living in the borough.  This voluntary group has an essential role in Wandsworth's implementation of the SEND Reforms.  

School Nursing Service

Wandsworth's School Nursing Service, provided by Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust,  works with children from Reception age and upwards attending a mainstream state school in Wandsworth. The service is delivered to individual children in a school setting, via group health promotion sessions, and support is provided…

Social Care Advisory Service - for Professionals Working with Deaf Children

The National Deaf Children’s Society is a leading charity for children with a hearing loss. They are now providing a free service to professionals. Deafness can pose a significant risk to deaf children’s social, emotional and intellectual development. In some cases, a lack of parental…

Special Needs Assessment Service (SNAS)

The Special Needs Assessment Service (SNAS) is responsible for carrying out the statutory assessment process for individual children and young people with special educational needs to find out what their needs are, and what help they can be offered. They also review these assessments each year.The service is…