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Autism and Social Communication Team

The Autism and Social Communication Team sits within Sefton’s Inclusion Service, Complex Needs Team. This new service offers support to children and young people with Social Communication Needs and Autism in mainstream settings. The team currently consists of a Lead Practitioner and three Inclusion Support…

Autism Education Trust Hub

Sefton Inclusion Service are pleased we are now an official Autism Education Training Hub. We are able to deliver the Autism Education Trust’s programme of training for Early Years and Schools.  

Auxiliary Aids

Since 1st September 2012 the reasonable adjustments duty for schools and local authorities has included a duty to provide auxiliary aids and services for disabled pupils. This duty is contained in section 20(5) of the Equality Act 2010: ‘… a requirement, where a disabled person…

Complementary Education Service (Sefton Council)

The Complementary Education Service provides advice and guidance to Primary and Secondary Schools including Academies and Free Schools to ensure they meet the needs of and fulfill their statutory obligations towards vulnerable pupils. Its key duties are: Supporting schools in ensuring that they are meeting…

Complex Needs Team

The Complex Needs Team supports and advises staff in Sefton schools and settings to facilitate the inclusion and academic progress of children and young people with physical, medical and complex needs. Key support provided by the team includes: Build capacity in schools and settings to…

CYP with EHC Plan - Entering and being released from custody

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Disabled Students' Allowance

To find out more about Disabled Students' Allowance please click the link on the left.

Early Years (Early Years Offer)

In Sefton you can access a whole host of safe, high quality childcare and early learning opportunities. You can find details of all local childcare settings right here on the Sefton Directory. Universally all three and four year olds across Sefton are entitled to 15 hours…

Education, Health and Care Assessment and Plans (EHC)

The Government is transforming the system for children and young people with special educational needs (SEN), including those who are disabled, so that services consistently support the best outcomes for them. The Children and Families Act (2014) extends the SEN system from birth to 25,…
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