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'Out of County' Independent School Provision

The following is a list of 'out of county' independent schools that specialise in teaching students with learning disabilities: Contact Name College Address Post Code Email Telephone Number Nicola Moxon Cambian Dilston College Corbridge Contact Details NE45 5RJ education@cambiangroup.com 01434 632692 Pam Murphy Beaumont College…

1. eNewsletters

eNewsletter 1 - August 2019 eNewsletter 2 - September 2019 eNewsletter 3 - November 2019 eNewsletter 4 - December 2019 eNewsletter 5 - February 2019 eNewsletter 6 - March 2020 eNewsletter 7 - June 2020 eNewsletter 8 - Autumn 2020 Sign up for Newsletters to…

All of Us - Young People's Forum

Who is this for?  They are for any young people who have SEND whether they have an EHCP or not.  Most young people who have attended are 11-21. So far the groups have discussed issues including: Mental Health Transport Time with friends Independence Support in…

Applying for Direct Payments

Coronavirus - COVID -19 We recognise this is a difficult period for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) and their parents/carers). We have therefore created a frequently asked questions section in relation to direct payments which you can be found  here! …

Are you concerned about your child or young person's learning and development?

Here you will find information about how to access help when concerns have been expressed about your child's learning and development.  Staff from education, health and social care services may talk to you about getting further help. The Council for Disabled Children have put together…

Are You Eligible for Adult Social Care?

Referral Process for Transition Cases within Health Care & Community Services (Adult Social Care):  Adult Social Care have launched a change in their referral process for young people who are approaching year 9 (age 14) who require support from the Transition Social Worker.  From 1st…

Arrangements for Identifying and Assessing Children's Needs in the Early Years

The Statutoruy Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) 2014, lays down the requirements for all children aged 0-5 attending any early years provision, whether maintained (schools) or non-maintained (private, voluntary and independent settings).  All children who attend early years provision will be supported…

Assessment at the end of the EYFS - the EYFS profile

The EYFS profile provides parents, practitioners and teachers with a well-rounded picture of a child's knowledge, understanding and abilities.  A profile is usually completed for children in the final term of the year in which they turn five.  It is particularly helpful for children with…

Autism - Approaches and Strategies

Supporting Children and Young People with Autism in Your School General advice for SENCos to share with school staff Children and young people with an autism spectrum condition have been and can be successfully included within mainstream schools. This has been most successful where schools…

Autism - Assessment Tools

Assessment is an integral part of learning and teaching. It helps to provide a profile of a child or young person's progress, attainment and achievements, and to identify next steps for progression. 
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