The Elizabeth Foundation offers early intervention and support for deaf children and their parents. Services include a 1:2:1 programme for newly diagnosed babies and their family, baby and toddler programmes and pre-school nurseries.
Tel: 023 9237 2735
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The Harbour School Unit makes provision for pupils aged 9 to 16 who have a wide range of social, emotional, mental health needs (SEMH) and provides a behaviour support service for all ages to mainstream schools. website.
Tel: 023 9266 5664
The Portsmouth Academy is a mainstream secondary academy
Tel: 023 9281 2822
This is a Prince's Trust scheme of a 12 week Personal Development Course delivered at Highbury College.
The Rainbow Centre provides Conductive Education (CE) services.
Tel: 01329 289500
In this section you will find a one page profile for young people to complete as part of the Education, Health Care Needs Assessment/Annual Review process
Tel: 023 9282 2251
In this section you will find a one page profile for children to complete as part of the Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment/Annual Review process.
In this section you will find a one page profile for young people to complete as part of the Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment/Annual Review process
Tel: 023 9282 2251
The Inclusion Centre for young people with social, communication and interaction difficulties is an integral part of Trafalgar Academy. It caters for up to 9 students between the ages of 11 and 16 whose primary need is in the area of social communication and interaction. This incudes children with Autism Spectrum Condition.
Tel: 023 9269 3521
Trafalgar School is a mainstream coeducational secondary school
The Access and Entitlement team provide support and information to parents/carers and young people about applying for transport to school/college.
Tel: 023 9282 2251
University Technical College Portsmouth is a new type of college that provides a specialist STEM curriculum delivered by experts to meet the growing demands of employers across the region.
Tel: 023 9312 0200
A mainstream primary school.
Tel: (023) 9200 1160
The Inclusion Centre for children with communication and interaction difficulties, including a significant language disorder, is an integral part of Victory Primary Academy. It caters for up to 23 pupils between the ages of 4 and 11 years whose primary need is the area of communication and interaction.
Tel: 023 9200 1160
Westover is a mainstream primary school.
Tel: (023) 9266 0178
This section holds information on What Early Years Providers need to know about supporting young children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and their families
Tel: 020 7843 6000
An explanation of the role of a Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO)
Most children and young people will have their needs meet within their local mainstream school for the duration of their statutory education. In consultation with headteachers from primary and secondary schools in Portsmouth a statement has been agreed as a guide to what can be expected of Portsmouth mainstream schools.
The contribution to the Local Offer from mainstream schools and academies in Portsmouth has been agreed as guided by this statement.
The governing body of each school is required under the Children and Families Act to publish a school report on their website that provides details on how SEN information in their school. In Portsmouth we call this the Schools SEN offer and each school's offer can be found under their school name.
Tel: 023 9284 1238
The Willows is a community special school which offers integrated education and care for children from 3 months to 5 years. Children who are referred have a wide range of special needs and they learn and play alongside typically developing children who attend the day care provision.
Tel: 023 9266 6918