The community paediatric service is provided within four district localities and provides neuro-disability services to children up to school leaving age in accessible venues including clinics, schools, community hospital sites and health centres. Services include specialist multi disciplinary clinics including pre-school child development, feeding, cerebral…
We are a small and friendly village Church of England primary school offering children a highly creative and innovative education.  We were judged as outstanding by Ofsted and by SIAMS (May 2014). Our small class sizes enable personalised learning for children, whatever their needs and…
01833 628 291
Most parents choose to send their child to school, but you do have the right to educate your child at home The law says that children must receive a full-time education, from the age of five that is suitable to a child's age, ability, aptitude…
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An Education, Health and Care plan (EHC) plan is a legal document that replaced a Statement of SEN and Learning Difficulty Assessments (LDAs). The EHC sets out: A young person's needs What should happen to meet those needs Suitable educational placements The needs and hopes…
In January 2018, we completed a strategic review of high need provision for children and young people aged (0-25) with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), who live in County Durham or are looked after by Durham County Council. The review was carried out with…
Choosing a school is a big decision. You will want an environment where you can be happy, safe and able to learn and develop. We have different types of schools including: Mainstream schools (academies and maintained schools) In County Durham, nearly all children and young people…
If you think your child has a special educational need or disability (SEND) and your child is of pre-school age, talk to your health visitor, doctor or portage worker, where appropriate. If your child is already attending or about to start a pre-school, such as a…
This page provides information about mainstream schools' provision for children with special education needs. The majority of children with special educational needs will have their needs met in their local mainstream school. Some children will need to attend some specialist provision to have their needs…
Most children with special educational needs do not need a statutory assessment.  Their needs are identified and the right provision is made by the school. In County Durham, head teachers in mainstream schools and staff in colleges have been asked to produce a SEN Support…

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