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Aiming High Team Summer Provision 2019 for children 0-5 with Additional Needs and Disabilities

Published: 11 June 2019
Respite Sessions 0-5yrs old This year’s summer program for disabled children 0-5yrs old will take place between Monday 22nd July- 26th August inclusive. You will only be able to book on through our ‘Booking on Days’ which will be held at the Family Wellbeing Centres…

Consultation on Sefton’s Special Education Capital Plan

Published: 06 June 2019
Sefton is ambitious in providing high quality provision for pupils and is currently in the process of applying for funding to support the development of provision. Background Since the Children & Families Act (2014) and the subsequent reforms, there has been an increase in parental…

EHCP Journey - told by Sefton young people!

Published: 01 May 2019
This animation presents the EHCP journey from a young persons perspective and young people have been involved at all levels in creating the content including artwork, voiceover and script design. We have co-produced with young people affected by SEN and disability across Sefton, in partnership…

Young Persons Conference 2019

Published: 04 April 2019
Young people from across Sefton came together  to discussed issues that are important to them. It took place on the 14th March and the 19th March at Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre. The focus of the days were on the 4 Preparation for Adulthood Outcomes of…

Aiming High Newsletter

Published: 19 March 2019
Please click below for the latest edition of the Aiming High Newsletter.

Sefton Parents/Carers Social Communication Training/coffee sessions 2019

Published: 11 December 2018
Are you the parent/carer of a child with a diagnosis of Autism or social communication difficulties attending a mainstream school? Would you benefit from some professional advice and specialist training? Would you like to meet other parents of children with similar needs? Each sesson will…

Meet Emily! - How does SEN support work for her?

Emily has shared with us a glimpse of life at school. The film captures some of the support Emily recieves to enable her to succeed alongside her peers at Forefield Junior School. We have co-produced with young people affected by SEN and disability across Sefton,…

Sefton's SEN support pathway - animation

We are beginning to showcase some work we have co-produced with young people affected by SEN and disability across Sefton, in partnership with Atomic Productions and Rix Wiki. This animation explains how the SEN pathway in Sefton works.

Sefton young people having a voice

We are beginning to showcase some work we have co-produced with young people affected by SEN and disability across Sefton, in partnership with Atomic Productions and Rix Wiki. This film captures the different ways we are reaching out to children and young people across Sefton…

Ofsted SEND revisit outcome information

Sefton Council wants children and young people across the borough to reach their full potential and fully recognises that services for those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) need improvements. The development of an action plan is already being developed following the Ofsted and…
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