This section contains links to the most popular entries for parents and carers on Education Health and Care Plans. They are legal documents which set out a child or young person’s special educational needs and the support that is required to meet these needs, including a suitable educational placement. They focus on intended outcomes and the steps that need to be taken to achieve those outcomes.
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Portsmouth City Council have worked closely with young people, parents, carers and professionals in Portsmouth to agree what inclusion means to people in our city.
A list of colleges which feature on the Portsmouth Local Offer.
A list of mainstream infant schools in Portsmouth including a link to their website.
A list of mainstream junior schools in Portsmouth including the link to their websites.
A list of mainstream primary schools in Portsmouth including a link to their websites.
A list of mainstream secondary schools in Portsmouth including a link to their websites.
A list of special schools in Portsmouth including a link to their websites.
Tel: 023 9284 1238
This leaflet was developed in partnership with the Parent Engagement Officer from Portsmouth Disability Forum.
A parent/carers guide and poster to the main services available in Portsmouth for children and young people with emotional or mental health needs (up to 25 years of age)
Tel: 023 9243 7886
A guide for parents/carers from pre - birth to 5 years old.
This Pathway should ensure that as young people move into adulthood their needs have been identified and support is in place where appropriate.
Tel: 023 9288 2438
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
This Pathway should ensure that as children move through school their needs have been identified and support is in place where appropriate.
This pathway provides information which should ensure that by the time every child starts school, their needs have been identified and support is in place where appropriate
Tel: 023 9268 8781
A professionals' guide to the main services available in Portsmouth for children and young people with emotional or mental health needs (up to 25 years of age)
Tel: 023 9243 7886
The Strategy for Improving Wellbeing and Resilience in Education has now been published and has been developed as part of the local Future in Mind transformation plan to help promote, protect and improve our children and young people's mental health and wellbeing. Wellbeing and resilience underpins all aspects of education and learning. This strategy has been developed to complement the existing work to improve outcomes for children and young people in the city.
This section contains the Portsmouth Schools Accessibility Strategy
A mainstream academy for secondary aged pupils.
Tel: (023) 9236 4536
In addition to providing continuity for children beyond the age of 18 years, our Adult Befriending Service is designed to provide a few hours support each week to individuals aged18 to 65 years who are either socially isolated or severely restricted by virtue of their disability.
Tel: 023 9267 1848
Pompey in the Community Adult Disability Football provides fun and structured football sessions for people aged 16+ with disabilities and additional needs.
Tel: 023 92728899