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  1. Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs)

    Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs) In 2014 the previous statements of special educational needs were replaced by Education, Health and Care Plans. Nationally around 2-3% of children and young people have EHCPs. The Plan identifies needs, provision required to meet identified outcomes. The great…
  2. SENDIASS

    Empowering Families Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Advice and support Service, SENDIASS  Newham(formerly Parent Partnership Services), is a statutory service designed to support parent/carers, children and young people 0-25, with issues relating to their special educational needs and disability (SEND) rights and provision.  The…
  3. Things to do

    There is a variety of activities in Newham some of these activities may be specifically for children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities, while others may be for all children and young people. These activities are run by a range of groups,…
  4. Support for SEND

    Within Newham a number of agencies (including charities, parent groups, children’s centres, and youth services) provide support to children and young people with additional needs and their families. For a small number of families due to their child’s needs or their circumstances additional support is…
  5. SEND Transport

    The 0-25 SEND Travel Assistance Service supports students travelling to and from school and college.  If your child is at school or college and has special educational needs (SEND) or disabilities, he or she may qualify for help with travel from home to school or…
  6. Register a child or young person with a disability

    Why register ? If you choose to register your child, you will: be kept up to date about services relevant to children and young people with disabilities, including through a regular newsletter be involved in future consultations so you can influence planning for services in…
  7. Free early education for two year olds

    Who qualifies? You - Benefits criteria Your child will qualify for a free place if you get: Income support Income-based Jobseekers Allowance (JSA) Income-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) The guaranteed part of State Pension Credit Tax Credit and you have an annual household income of…
  8. Choosing Childcare

    How to find childcare Childcare places are available at day nurseries, pre-schools, childminders, nursery schools and some primary schools.  You can find out about the different options on our types of childcare section. We hold details of all childcare providers in Newham that have been…
  9. Early Years

    There are a number of early education and childcare options to choose from in Newham; ranging from nurseries and playgroups to out of school play schemes for older children. All providers follow the Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), which sets the standards…

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