The Specialist Teaching Service offers assistance to schools in meeting the needs of pupils who are experiencing a greater difficulty than their peers in accessing the Early Years and National Curriculum. These difficulties may be of a long or short term nature and could involve learning, sensory, language or physical difficulties. Contact Information
1. Who is primarily responsible for all Special Educational Needs within the local authority? 2. Do you have an SEN or SENCO/Inclusion Manager, if so what is their name and contact details? 3. Does the authority currently manage SEN and have a system for managing SEN assessments and statements? 4. If so which system do you use?
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Local authorities must arrange for children with SEN or disabilities for whom they are responsible, and their parents, and young people with SEN or disabilities for whom they are responsible, to be provided with information and advice about matters relating to their SEN or disabilities, including matters relating to health and social care.
Section 19 of the Children and Families Act 2014 makes clear that local authorities, in carrying out their functions under the Act in relation to disabled children and young people and those with special educational needs (SEN), must have regard to:
Helping Children and Young People aged up to 19 years with Statements of Special Educational Needs for Speech, Language and Communication Disorders.
Our aims are to promote the successful progress of children and young people, by working in partnership with schools, settings, parents and other agencies.
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Buckinghamshire SEND IAS Service is a statutory service provided by Buckinghamshire County Council in response to the Children and Families Act 2014:
You’re disabled under the Equality Act 2010 if you have a physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ negative effect on your ability to do normal daily activities.
Children and young people with SEN all have learning difficulties or disabilities that make it harder for them to learn than most children and young people of the same age. These children and young people may need extra or different help from that given to others.
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Sometimes information alone is not enough. You may want help to gather information, make sense of it and apply it to your own situation. We call this advice and we offer this service by email, on the telephone, face to face and through work with groups or in training.
Our service is divided into 3 teams; The Cognition and Learning Team, the Communication & Interaction Team and the Sensory & Physical Team.
Zahir Mohammed, Buckinghamshire County Council Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, said that, after concerns were raised, the council took swift action to suspend its current arrangements with Baker Small until further notice. The council will now be reviewing its position and look to make suitable arrangements going forward.
All local authorities, by law, have to provide children and young people with SEN or disabilities, and their parents, with information and advice. Buckinghamshire SEND IAS Service is the information, advice and support service here. Our service is confidential and at arm’s length from Buckinghamshire County Council.
The central purpose of the Specialist Teaching Service is to promote the successful inclusion and progress of children and young people with SEN to achieve their personal best, working in partnership with schools, parents and other agencies.
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The primary aim of the team is to promote the successful inclusion and progress of children and young people with Down syndrome to achieve their personal best
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Supporting Children and Young People of school age with statements of Special Educational Need identifying the primary need of Autistic Spectrum Disorder.
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Through the Local Offer, every county has an obligation to publish a list of everything that is out there for children and young people with SEN and disabilities.
We are a team of Specialist Teachers and Support Assistants who work with Children and Young People aged up to 19 years with or without Statements of Special Educational Needs.
Teaching and Learning Centre Ellen Road Aylesbury Buckinghamshire HP21 8EF
We are a team of Specialist Teachers and Support Assistants (ICT) who work with Children and Young People aged up to 19 years with or without Statements of Special Educational Needs.
Support from a qualified teacher of Multi Sensory Impairment is offered to all children and young people who have both hearing and visual loss aged from 0-19 years.