SEND

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Rebecca Jennings is our SENDCO and can be contacted on 01508 570326 or email [email protected]

   

Please click on the above images to view our SEND policy, SEND information report and SEND provision map

 

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Useful websites

Norfolks Local Offer

  

Norfolk has created a website that gives information about what Norfolk can offer for children with special educational needs and their families. Click on the logo to see Norfolk’s Local Offer.

Autism

A leading UK charity for people on the autism spectrum and their families.

Please click on the logo to view this website which offers support for families with children with autism.

Please click on the link to find out more about this organisation which offers support and guidance for anyone affected by an autistic spectrum condition.

Parent Support

This was formerly known as the Norfolk Parent Partnership.  It offers support and advice for parents. Please click on the logo to view their website. They also have a really useful Facebook page and often post helpful links to websites, local events etc.

This website offers support for families in Norfolk with children who have special educational needs.  Every year they hold a free conference for parents of children with special and additional needs.

The Just One Norfolk website has advice for parents of children age 0-19 on a wide range of topics, including sleep, toileting, behaviour, special education needs, emotional wellbeing and healthy lifestyles.

This website offers support if you have a brother or sister who is disabled, has special educational needs or a serious long-term condition.

This charity offers support for families with children who have disabilities, including autism.

ADHD

This organisation offers support and advice for families affected by ADHD.  They also offer Parenting Support programs.

Social, Emotional and Mental Health

Information about CAMHS (children and adolescent mental health services) available in Norfolk. The service can support children with a range of difficulties, including (but not limited to) anxiety, depression and ADHD. Referrals to CAMHS are usually made through a GP.

Please click on the link above for online advice for families concerning young people’s mental health and a free parent helpline.

This website says it is transforming mental health by working with infants, children, young people and their families, their communities and professionals to deliver timely evidence-based support for all.

MindEd is a free educational resource on children and young people’s mental health for all adults.

Family Links is a national charity dedicated to the promotion of emotional health at home, at school and at work.

Dyslexia

This website provides support for dyslexics of all ages to fulfill their potential.

This website provides you with a great deal of useful information, resources, tips and strategies, as well as the latest information on all the courses they are running.

Speech, Language and Communication

East Coast Community Healthcare is a social enterprise providing NHS community health services across Norfolk and Suffolk.

I CAN is the children’s communication charity.

The Communication Trust is a coalition of over 50 not-for-profit organisations. Working together we support everyone who works with children and young people in England to support their speech, language and communication.

Dyspraxia

This website offers help, advice, support and work to raise awareness of this poorly understood condition.