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This website is aimed at providing information to schools, teachers, support staff and governors. If you require more general information please visit: http://www.swindon.gov.uk/el/Pages/el.aspx

Special Education Needs

For the Attention of Parents

Parent Information Flyer 

 

For the Attention of Headteachers, SENCOs and SRP Managers 
The Children & Families Bill is currently progressing through Parliament and contains a number of key changes relating to children and young people with SEND.  The attached newsletter is to update all stakeholders and interested parties in the progress in implementing the SEND Reforms.

 

Clarification of arrangement for Annual Review, Conversion to EHC Plan and Preparing for Adulthood - Letter to Head Teachers and SENCO’s

 

SEND Newletters

 

SEND Newsletter - June 2018 

 

The Local Offer

This section of the website has been created to provide useful information about the development of Swindon’s Local Offer.

An introductory guide to Swindon’s Local Offer can be accessed here:
Summary of Local Offer: Key facts that you need to know

The following documents are guidelines for Education, Health and Social Care colleagues which detail what must be included in each Local Offer:

Education- Checklist for Providers

Health- Checklist for Providers

Social Care- Checklist for Providers

Please click on this link to access the Local Offer project plan

Please see this document for answers to the questions that were raised at the SEND Project Forum on the 30th January 2014.

FAQs 

 

Call to Action!  Register your service on the new Swindon Local Offer Website

Advertise on Swindon Borough Council’s Marketplace

 

Should you have any further queries regarding the Local Offer, please visit www.mycaremysupport.co.uk or contact Rebecca Costello, on RCostello@swindon.gov.uk.
 

Special Provision in Swindon – SEN Continuum

This booklet is designed for parents/carers, head teachers, teachers, and staff in schools and agencies in the Borough.  It is a summary of the in-Borough continuum of provision available for children and young people with special educational needs (SEN).  The booklet contains descriptions of the current admission criteria for each Special Resourced Provision (SRP) in a mainstream school and the special schools.  This will enable parents, professionals and pupils to make informed choices about provision in the Borough.
 

Transitions Protocol

The Transitions Protocol has been created for successful outcomes led transition process for all Swindon young people with additional needs (aged 13 to 25), providing them with a robust and clear pathway of support.
 
The Transitions Protocol  and associated documents are held on the Local Offer website .
 
Integrated Service for Children with Disabilities
Salt Way Centre
Integrated Service Manager
Mark Green
Tel: 01793 464061
 

Transitions Referral Form and Consent Form

The Transitions/Learning Disability Referral Form and Consent Form should be completed for young people, age 14+, who are likely to transition to a service from Adult Social Care when they reach 18 years old. This is to ensure that Adult Social Care can start to work with the young person from an early age, to plan and prepare for adulthood.

If you need advice or help to complete this Referral Form, please contact the LD Duty Team on 01793 464819.

 

SEN Handbook

To access the SEN Handbook and find out more, please visit on the SEN Handbook page.
 
 
 Contact

Special Educational Needs Assessment Team
SENAT@swindon.gov.uk