Booking is open for the first in our spring online sessions for parents and carers.
1. SEN support for pupils with specific learning difficulties
This informal session will be supported by the lead teacher for the Specific Learning Difficulties Service, and we will look at the cycle of SEN support, how parents and pupils are involved and explore examples of support which schools can reasonably offer.
Anyone who books on will have access to a pre-recording to watch on demand and linked resources.
24th January 2022 12:30 – 2pm
Register for SEN Support for pupils with specific learning difficulties
2. Preparing for transition to high school for pupils with SEN
Parents and carers helped coproduce this session which will be supported by a member of the Communication and Interaction specialist education service. This relaxed session will explore information to gain and share with school, transition meetings and additional support.
Attendees will have access to an additional set of resources to support your child or young person.
Preparing for transition to high school for pupils with SEN.
26th January 2022 10 – 11:30am
Register for transition to high school for pupils with SEN
3. EHC needs assessment webinar
Parents, carers and multi-agency practitioners are welcome to book on our popular EHC needs assessment webinar. This was coproduced with parents and practitioners and will explain the purpose and whole process of EHC needs assessments and how families are involved.
Anyone who books will receive a pre-recording of the webinar to watch at their own pace along with a suite of additional resources.
31st January 2022 6pm – 7:30pm
Register for EHC needs assessment webinar
We would be pleased to hear from you with any further development ideas.
Suffolk SENDIASS provides impartial and confidential information, advice and support to children and young people with SEND, and their parents and carers.
We have lots of information on our website and YouTube. Here are our various publicity leaflets as PDF’s, which explain the service and how to reach us:
- Our impartiality explained
- Our service leaflet for parents and carers
- Contact card (credit card sized)
- Young person leaflet
- Child/young person postcard style leaflet
Helpline: 01473 265210
Email: [email protected]
Text: ADVICE4ME to 87007