Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) project further supports children in the local community with special educational needs and disabilities. Our aim is to bridge the gap between families, schools and the Local Authority by working with both the parents and the children to ensure the child is receiving all the support they need for educational success. Our specialised staff focus on identifying the reasonable adjustments a child with special educational needs and disabilities may need to reduce the disadvantages they face as well as providing extra encouragement in their learning and support with physical and personal care difficulties. It is important that we nurture the confidence and self-esteem of the children with a value woven into the framework of this project at ESDEG.

The SEND project offers:

  • Extra Educational support ( Viking Centre) for SEND children
  • Coffee mornings to support parents
  • Various workshops
  • Support for families via our telephone, email, 1:1 meetings, school and college meetings and annual reviews.
  • Information and guidance on how to apply for statutory assessment; including relevant documents and evidence to be submitted.
  • Review EHC plans with parents to ensure that objectives and outcomes of the special education provision meet the child/young person’s needs.

Resource Centre, Featherstone Terrace, Southall UB2 5AL