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Cheaper School Uniform in Cornwall

We will be updating this page with more information throughout the summer. If you are aware of any school uniform sales, please let us know! We've had many queries from proactive parents who are preparing to sort out uniforms. So we thought we'd prepare a…

Easy read guides

Easy read documents use simple language and pictures.  Below are some important links to easy read guides about SEND (special educational needs and disabilities), social care and education: SEND Support: easy-read guide for parents. Changes to the special educational needs and disability support system SEND support:…

EHC Plans and SEN File

For an overview of Special Educational Needs and disability, view our ‘What is SEND?’ information page. The Special Educational Needs (SEN) File Cornwall Council’s SEN File is designed to support Special Educational Needs Coordinators (SENCOs) and other professionals in meeting the needs of children and…

Free resources for fun and learning - Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

If you child receives support from any of the SEN Services (Physical and Medical Needs Advisory Service, Cognition and learning Service, Hearing Support Team, Vision Support Team, AAC Team) and you would like some advice, then you can contact them using the emails below:Augmentative and…

Health and Social Care

On this page you will find guidance on Health and Social Care in Cornwall - including out of county and NHS services, short breaks and support for children and young people with disabilities. Health services in Cornwall are commissioned on behalf of all local people…

Questions to ask activity providers and settings

For many parents the summer can be a time when they book their children into summer camps, activity days and child-care settings. It's important to make sure the provider has all the relevant insurance and qualifications that will keep your child safer and protected should…

SEND Post 16 Education Funding Formula

What funding is available to support young people with SEND? Post-16 funding is, for most students, as it was in school, given that the school leaving age is, in effect 18. However, for students with identified special educational needs it is worth having an understanding…

Transition guide (by Nasen)

A quick guide to supporting the needs of pupils and their families when moving between educational settings.  This guide is for SENCOs, other school staff and parents and carers. The guide aims to: set out the key principles underpinning successful transition from one educational setting…

Transition Guide: From secondary school onwards (by NASEN)

From secondary school onwards Schools should help pupils to start planning for their future adult life as early as possible, and by Year 9 at the latest. This should go beyond thinking simply about the transition to post-16 education and training. Schools should focus on…

Transition: Moving on to Secondary School (For Children)

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