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.
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This section contains the Portsmouth Schools Accessibility Strategy 2015 - 2018
Portsmouth's Anti-Bullying Strategy has been prepared to provide a framework for
multi-agency working in the City in order to tackle bullying in our schools and other
settings for children and young people and to support the development, monitoring
and evaluation of anti-bullying work. The section contains the Anti-Bullying Strategy and a Guidance and Resource Pack for Schools.
Tel: 023 9284 1712
The Children’s Education Advisory Service (CEAS) within the Ministry of Defence provides advice and guidance to Service parents, educational establishments and local authorities on educational issues relating to Service children, including issues relating to SEN.
Tel: 01980 618244
The Department for Education has allocated a capital grant to Portsmouth City Council of £537,600. The purpose of this grant is to support the creation of places and to improve provision and facilities for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities . The Council is seeking the views of residents, especially parents of pupils with SEND, pupils with SEND, and school/academies. The deadline for responses is May 24th 2019.
Section 41 of the Children and Families Act 2014 allows the Secretary of State by order to publish a list of approved independent educational institutions, independent special schools and post-16 institutions for the purposes of satisfying Section 38 (Preparation of an Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan by local authorities) of the Act. Institutions can only be included on the list with their consent.
Tel: 0370 000 2288
Information on disagreeing with Portsmouth City Council and others regarding Children and Young People's Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Tel: 023 9284 1238
Early Years Advisory Teachers monitor, track and offer advice and support to setting Inclusion Co-ordinators who are working with children with SEND. This includes delivering training and professional development.
They also liaise with other professionals to ensure children with SEND are known and are receiving appropriate provision, they also attend monthly Early Years Panels.
Tel: 02392 827392
A range of information relating to Early Years which features on the Portsmouth Local Offer
The panel is a group of professionals from the Speech and Language Therapy Service, the Community Consultant Paediatricians, Early Years Advisory Teacher Service, Health Visitors, Educational Psychology Service, Portage, Head-teacher from Willows, and the SEN team. It meets regularly to make sure that we are aware of pre-school children with special needs and that we have plans in place to support the children and their families and to ensure a smooth transition to school.
Tel: 023 9384 8316
The service offers training, consultation and support to schools, and other settings with regard to special or additional needs of children and young people, and individual assessments of the special additional needs of children and young people. We can also provide some on-going interventions with children and young people, individually or in groups, or monitor and supervise interventions. Advice is also provided to the Local Authority to support specific projects and strategy development.
Tel: 023 9268 8563
Portsmouth City Council's guidance and leaflet for Parents Educating their Children at Home
Tel: 023 9284 1419
This short leaflet aims to answer frequently asked questions on elective home education.
EMAS provides support for nurseries, schools and other services when working with pupils who have English as an additional language (EAL) and/or who are black or minority ethnic (BME).
Tel: 023 92 733130
The Inclusion Support Panel is a multi-disciplinary advisory panel. It helps Portsmouth City Council to make consistent highly informed decisions about how to support children and young people's special educational needs and disabilities. It also advises the local authority about making fair access arrangements for pupils. Finally, it also now hears home to school transport appeals.
Tel: 02392 841238
The Children and Families Act 2014 requires that the Local Authority must publish an annual report on Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND).
The Harbour School's MABS Service works together with mainstream school staff to support children and young people to develop their social and emotional skills and behaviour for learning in order to achieve success now and in the future
Tel: Tel: 023 9266 5664 ex1306
Educational settings will make a range of ordinarily available provision for all children / young people, including those with SEND from the totality of resources available to them. This section includes the Portsmouth's Ordinarily Available Provision document.
Educational settings will make a range of ordinarily available provision for all children / young people, including those with SEND from the totality of resources available to them. This is a summary of Portsmouth's Ordinarily Available Provision for Post 16 students.
Tel: 023 9284 1238
This is a list of out of city/area independent, special schools and education provision used by Portsmouth City Council to place children and young people if approved through the Inclusion Support Panel.
Tel: 023 9284 1238.