Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association is a charity providing friendship, support and essential educational services for children, their families and professionals in Portsmouth and South Hampshire.
Tel: 07747 041576
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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 effective way for Portsmouth residents aged 12 and under to enjoy their local swimming pool.
Tel: 023 9320 0401
Health Visitors are qualified nurses who have additional training in Public Health Nursing. They lead sill mix teams which include other qualified nurses and support workers. They offer 5 routine contacts to all families who have children from pre- birth - 5 years which is called the Healthy Child Programme universal service..
Tel: 0300 1236629
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.
Portsmouth Parent and Carer Board are a group of motivated and passionate parents and carers, working together with services to make decisions for children and young people. The Board was set up in 2010 to allow parents and carers to be involved in shaping the services available to families in Portsmouth. The Board is made up of up to 15 members representing many of the different needs of families that use services in the city.
Tel: 023 927 34400
Portsmouth Parent Voice is run by parents for parents with a child with an additional or special need and or a disability. Our aim is to have the active involvement of parent carers in the service planning and decision making processes within the local authority, to make them more focused on the needs of the families with disabled children. We also aim to support parent carers to have a voice on how services for disabled children are shaped and delivered locally.
Tel: 07712 439159
The School Nursing Service aims to reduce the inequalities for school aged children and improve health outcomes working collaboratively with other agencies, parents and children and young people.
Tel: 0300 1236629
Portsmouth SEND Information Advice and Support Service is a service available to parent/carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities between 0-25yrs and to young people aged 16-25 who have special educational needs and disabilities.
Tel: 0300 303 2000
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
Portsmouth Shopmobility operate a scheme hiring Powered scooters, Power chairs, Wheelchairs and Holiday vehicles to members of the public with limited mobility, whether it be short or long term enabling them to visit shops and leisure facilities and the City. Portsmouth Shopmobility is for anyone, young or old, whether their disability is temporary or permanent. You don't need to be registered as Disabled, or to be a Blue Badge holder to use the scheme.
Tel: 02392 816973
Sitting volleyball is a fast and dynamic sport which can be played by anyone, whether disabled or not. The only stipulation is that you can move on your own and track a ball through the air.
Tel: 07734 447505
The Portsmouth Teenage Holiday Scheme is for young people aged 14 - 18 years, with a mild to moderate learning or physical disability or special educational need, living in Portsmouth. The scheme offers a wide variety of leisure, sport and social activities. It runs during the school holidays.
Tel: 023 9267 1846 / 07857 328 390
Portsmouth Teenage Project provides a range of Short Breaks activities for young people aged 14 - 18 years with a mild to moderate learning or physical disability or a special educational need, living in Portsmouth, offering a wide variety of leisure, sport and social activities. It runs on a weekly basis usually on a Friday evening.
Tel: 023 9267 1846/07857 328 390
ASDAC can provide advice and arrange support for all University of Portsmouth disabled students and applicants. We are committed to promoting equal opportunities for all students. No student will be excluded from entry to any University programme as a result of discrimination on the grounds of disability.
Tel: (0)23 9284 8484
The Youth Holiday Scheme offers a safe environment during the college holidays for young people to socialise, have fun and learn some vital life skills that will increase independence. Young people are offered a wide variety of daily activities, including supported volunteering and work experience.
Tel: 023 9267 1846/07519 924 247
A competitive team sport for people aged 16+ with disabilities who use power wheelchairs.
Funded by Department for Education (DfE), PFA provide expertise and support to local authorities and their partners to embed preparing for adulthood from the earliest years. We work to ensure that young people with SEND achieve paid employment, independent living, housing options, good health, friendships, relationships and community inclusion.
Tel: 01225 789135
Priory is a mainstream secondary school.
Tel: 023 9281 9115