SEN 

Click here for access to our SEN Policy and information and report:

SEN Policy and Information Report 2021
 

Click here to access Birmingham's Local Offer Website:

www.localofferbirmingham.co.uk/

 

Click here to access our School Accessibility Plan:

Accessibility Plan June 2019.pdf

 

Support for Families During 2021 Lockdown

The Communication Autism Team are offering a Parent Webinar on Managing Behaviours in Autistic children:

Managing Behaviours In Autistic Children

For more information, please click the links below for information regarding: emergency food assistance, mental health support, financial help, domestic abuse, bereavement support and early help for families:

 Emergency Help Jan 21 (1).pdf 

 

Local Authority Parents Sessions and Webinars

For more information please click on the links below:

Communication and Autism Sessions relating to Transition to Secondary School for Year 5 pupils:
 
 
 

Educational Support for Families during the return to school.

Educational Psychologist Telephone Helpline for Parents and Carers

Other useful websites and resources

DEAFKIDZ vs COVID-19 is a set of three simple, but fast paced games to show you how to stop spreading COVID-19 and beat the virus.

Keeping Children Safe - DEAFKIDZ vs COVID-19

Mental Health Support

Services offered by Birmingham Community Healthcare Service during Covid 19

Birmingham Community Healthcare Service 

Communication and Autism Team

This is a link to the following web site mentioned in the envelope of resources you should of received from the SEN Team.     

Access to Education’ which has some useful resources on.

Communication and Autism Team - Support for Children 4 Parents Leaflet

Communication and Autism Team - Website

Questions and Answers

Transitioning your Child / Young Person back into their setting

Information for Parents (COVID-19)

Coronavirus resources for children and families - Sheffield Children's NHS

BBC website guide to advice and SEN resources:
  

Looking after yourself, looking after your children - Resource Parent pack

TISUK Wellbeing tips for families

Useful websites for Home Learning

Birmingham City Council Parent Link Service contact line

Department for Education - List of online education resources for home education

Useful PRIMARY SCIENCE resources for families and teachers

 

Birmingham Speech and Language Advice Line

You can contact the Speech and language Therapy Team for therapy advice, strategies and support for parents / carers, schools and other professionals in relation to a child’s / young person’s communication skills or eating, drinking and swallowing concerns. The phone line will be open Mon - Fri from 9am – 4pm

Please click on the link below for more information
Birmingham Speech and Language Advice Line

Speech and Language support, here is a link that leads to a website offering advice and resources - under the activities tab.

Speech and Language Parent Portal
 

Help and advice for parents of children -
Physical Difficulties Support Service

 Information for parents of children with learning / specific learning difficulties including Dyslexia

Birmingham Sensory Support Service 

Communication and Autism Team (CAT)

Birmingham Educational Psychology Service

 

Beacon School Support leaflet, includes some really good tips and advice for helping children (and parents) to manage during this extended period of school closure.

Beacon School Support leaflet

Many of you will know about this free Minecraft teaching resources l’m sure, but just in case you don’t….
 
 
Support for parents including the leaflet on CAT support is now available on the local offer and can be downloaded - the link is below if you are having any difficulties.

Please find attached a flyer for the support line being run by the Birmingham Educational Psychology Service, for all parents and carer’s across the city, offering them telephone consultations with psychologists during the school shut down period. This service is self-referral by parents and is available for any issue they wish to raise around their children and family situation at this time.
Birmingham Educational Psychology Service

Please find a link below for 60+ Virtual Easter days out
Virtual Easter days out

Pause

Need someone to talk to? Struggling to cope with feelings? Pause is here for you, if you are under 25 and have a Birmingham GP.

We offer a non-judgemental listening ear, self-help strategies plus skills for managing difficult situations and feelings. We are open 10-6 seven days a week.

Drop us an email on askbeam@childrenssociety.org.uk or call 0207 8414470 and we will arrange for one of our friendly team to call you back.

For more info check out https://www.forwardthinkingbirmingham.org.uk/

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