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 for Wandsworth residents.
This service provides:
- information about your child's additional needs;
- extra support for your child's additional needs; and
- methods of improving your child's ability to learn.
A professional, such as a teacher, health worker or educational psychologist collects information about your child and completes a report about the support needed. Parents should discuss the process with the school SENCO/Learning Support where applicable, as parents will be invited to express their views also.
You will be required to submit any other professionals' reports you may have to assist in the assessment.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Town Hall
Wandsworth High Street
- SW18 2PU
- Get directions
- Age Ranges
- From 0 years to 19 years
To use this service you can request an assessment for your child and you should consult the Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator (SENCO) at the child's school.
Alternatively your child might be:
- Referred by an educational professional, or
- Referred by a professional using the Early Help Assessment, and/or
- Referred using the Single Point Referral Service and/or
- Referred by the Multi Agency Complex Needs Panel
Last updated: 11 Oct 2018