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
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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.
Owen’s Party allows children aged 5-12 with Autism to come to a party, to enjoy the experience, socialise and have fun.
Tel: 07527 387558
Pals is a social group for 5-12 year olds with mild/moderate disabilities, in South East Hampshire. The group offers a varied programme of inclusive group activities in leisure, sport and recreation.
Tel: 07939 829021
There are Parenting Advice Surgeries in each of the six Family Hubs which are available for families where the behaviour issue is for children over five years old. Appointments can be made by calling your local Family Hub
Co-production is working collaboratively to ensure that services are developed to meet the needs of Portsmouth City Council children and families.
Parent/carers, children and young people have been consulted with at all stages of the Portsmouth Local Offer, including the design, development, implementation and on-going review. It has meant that they have been able to use their combined skills and creativity to help shape the Portsmouth Local Offer.
A mainstream infant school.
Tel: 023 9282 1016
In this section you will find a leaflet on Person Centred Reviews.
A Personal Budget is an amount of money that is used to help children/young people with special educational needs and disabilities and their families choose the kind of support and services they think will help them reach the agreed outcomes set out in the child/young person’s Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP).
Tel: 02392 841238
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PETA Ltd offers a range of full time study programmes in the following areas:
• Engineering (Level 1 and
• Business (Level 2)
• IT (Level 2)
Tel: 023 9253 8700
Information on playgrounds, activity areas, skate parks, adventure playgrounds, bmx riding and wildlife areas in Portsmouth.
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 Youth Project provides a range of activities for young people aged 18 - 25 years with a range of mild to moderate learning or physical disabilities, or a special educational need.
Tel: 023 9267 1846/07519 924 247
The Portsmouth Autism Service provides diagnostic and cognitive and communicative assessments. The diagnostic service from Surrey & Borders Partnership Foundation NHS Trust works in close collaboration with the support service provided by Autism Hampshire.
Tel: Jackie Harvey, Community Access Officer 023 9281 4723 .