This page contains useful publications from other organsiations. Please also see our own SPP information sheets, and separate web page on policies, procedures and guidance.



ADHD / ADD

  •  Young Minds A web page with links to several ADHD fact sheets.

Admissions

  • School Admissions Code This Code imposes mandatory requirements and includes guidelines setting out aims, objectives and other matters in relation to admissions.

 

Annual reviews and other school meetings

Attendance

  •  Absences from school. Surrey's web page on attendance.  
  • School attendance This advice is non-statutory, and has been produced to help schools and local authorities maintain high levels of school attendance and plan the school day and year. The document also provides information about the interventions available to address pupils’ poor attendance and behaviour at school.

Bullying

  • Preventing and tackling bullying This document has been produced by the government to help schools prevent and respond to bullying as part of their overall behaviour policy. It outlines, in one place, the Government’s approach to bullying, legal obligations and the powers schools have to tackle bullying.

 

Complaints

Deafness

Dyscalculia

Dyslexia

Dyspraxia (Developmental Coordination Disorder or DCD)

  • DCD and Dyspraxia (Published by Telford and Wrekin DCD Group)
  • Dyspraxia Foundation The Dyspraxia Foundation is a country Wide charity, founded in 1987 as the Dyspraxia Trust. The Foundation seeks every opportunity to increase understanding of Dyspraxia, particularly among professionals in health and education.

Epilepsy

  • Epilepsy Action Epilepsy Action is the UK’s leading epilepsy organisation and exists to improve the lives of everyone affected by the condition.
  • Young Epilepsy Young Epilepsy is the national charity working exclusively for the 112,000 children and young people aged 25 and under with epilepsy and associated conditions.

Exclusion from School

 

Personal budgets

  • E-learning package for parents and carers, from KIDS to explain the key points about personalisation, personal budgets and how they may impact on their family life. (You will need to create a login and password to access this resource).
  • Kids: Making it personanl:2  An aim of MIP2 is to inform providers and families of the changes that have taken place as part of the SEND reforms and the opportunities and challenges these will bring; as well as exploring the changes necessary for providers to be ready for personal budgets.

Physical and Sensory Support Service (Surrey)

Appeals to the First-iter Tribunal (Special Educational Needs and Disability) 

The following websites and blogs often post information on recent decisions:

 Statementing process

Whilst no new statements are being issued with the recent change in legislation many of the points raised in the publication below will apply when when reading an amended statement following review.

Transport