A mainstream infant and junior school.
Tel: (023) 9266 2129
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The Inclusion Centre for sensory impairment is an integral part of the mainstream school. It caters for children between 4 and 11 years of age.
Tel: 023 92662129
This section contains one page profiles (This is Me and This is Me Now) for children and young people to complete as part of the Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment/Annual Review process.
Early Years settings will make a range of ordinarily available provision for all children including those with SEND from the totality of resources available to them. This is a summary of Portsmouth's Ordinarily Available Provision for Early Years Settings.
Tel: 02392 841974
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 form should be completed by parents, carers and supporters in preparation for the Annual Review of the Education, Health and Care Plan. This form is for Year 9 pupils onwards.
Tel: 023 9284 1238
This form should be completed by parents and carers in preparation for the Annual Review of the Statement of Special Educational Needs or Education, Health and Care Plan. This form is for pupils up to and including Year 8.
This form should be completed for pupils currently undergoing a new Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment
Tel: 023 9282 2251
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.
A mainstream infant school.
Tel: 023 9282 1016
In this section you will find a leaflet on Person Centred Reviews.
Portsmouth Portage Team provides an educational service (Portage or Portage Plus) for pre-school children from a very early age up until they are ready to start school.
Tel: 023 9283 4568
A mainstream primary school.
Tel: (023) 9237 8991
The Inclusion Centre caters for pupils who are presenting with special education needs in one or more areas and who require a further period of assessment.
Tel: 023 9237 8991
Portsmouth College offers a broad range of courses for both the 16-18 and 19+ age groups
Tel: 023 9266 7521
The Portsmouth Education Partnership (PEP) brings together Multi Academy Trusts (MATs), schools, academies, colleges, early years settings, Higher Education Institutions, the council, teaching schools, the Regional Schools Commissioner (RSC), Portsmouth Dioceses and EBP South to improve attainment and opportunities for children and young people across the city.
The PEP is linked to the overarching Children’s Trust arrangements for Portsmouth which bring together all agencies whose work affects the lives of children, young people and families, including: social care, health, the Police, Jobcentre Plus, the voluntary sector, Solent Local Enterprise Partnership and others.
The Progress Report provides a summary of the actions achieved in implementing the SEND Reforms in Portsmouth, as set out in the Children and Families Act 2014, during the initial implementation phase from September 2014 to March 2018.
The Portsmouth Nurture Group Network was formed after the Portsmouth Inclusion Conference in 2016. A steering group consisting of representatives from the multi-agency behaviour support service, a headteacher, SENCo, pupil and family support worker, senior educational psychologist and the local authority, established a nurture group network across Portsmouth.
The SEND Strategic Review, which commenced in June 2017, was commissioned jointly by Portsmouth and Southampton City Councils. With a brief to carry out a comprehensive strategic review of the provision for Portsmouth and Southampton children and young people (aged 0-25) with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), the key aim was to ensure future demands can be met which are financially sustainable. The review included consideration of the continuum of provision available to meet the range of identified need, as well as the sufficiency of provision going forward.
Email: SEND firstname.lastname@example.org