SEN Information for Parents
Please find below in the 'documents to Download' section general information about Early Help provision and waiting times.
On this page, we have added some general information and some items for those who may want additional support for their children with Special Educational Needs, for example Speech and Language, Autism, Dyslexia or motor skills activities. We want to ensure that our children are supported as well as possible and updated information will be added to this page.
There are tabs at the bottom of the page for each different area. Each will have updated information added when it is recieved and different activities available to download.
Trafford's Local Offer can be found by clicking here...
Trafford's termly newsletter for parents of children with SEND can be found by clicking here...
Trafford's SEND team have produced a short film to share information about SEND in this area. It is short and is there to help people find out what the SEND local offer is here in Trafford, and what information or help people can get from it. Just click on the link below and away you go!
Trafford Special Educational Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Service (Trafford SENDIASS) provides impartial information, advice and support to children and young people with SEND, as well as their parents and carers. Click here to find out more information.
If you would like your child to access some of the websites and activites that were available during lock down please visit the 'Learning at Home' page or just click here to find it.
The EHC team continue to work hard keeping statutory processes going and their SEND decision making panels have continued as much as is possible.
Please see this information page for yourselves and for Parents on SEND processes. In the download section is a word version of this as a letter for parents.
The National Autistic Society have published a document to support with transition. The resource focuses on two main stages of transition: from an Early Years setting to Primary school, and Primary school to Secondary school. The document is on the download section at the bottom entitled ' Supporting learners with autism during transition'.