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Psychology and Therapeutic Services and the Specialist Education Services

The Psychology & Therapeutic Service (P&TS) and the Specialist Education Services (SES) work together to support schools and children with SEND across the whole of Suffolk, in a variety of different ways. Click the links to the individual teams at the bottom of the page…

Q and A Response to the SPCN Annual Survey

The annual Parent Carer Satisfaction Survey, in relation to education, health and care services for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, showed that families are still finding it difficult to get the information that they need. As a direct result of…

The Quality Assurance and Provider Development Team

This page is currently under review The Quality Assurance and Provider Development Team (QAPD) are a team within the Inclusion Service at Suffolk County Council. It is the team’s role to ensure that educational provisions accessed by Suffolk’s children and young people who have special…

Raedwald Trust: New Alternative Provision Available September 2020

You may be aware that the rising rate of permanent exclusions across the UK has gained national attention in recent months. Here in Suffolk, we are committed to tackling this both with effective early mainstream intervention, and with an increase in our Alternative Provision. To provide…

Review of Education Services for Children and Young People with a Hearing Impairment

In 2018 Suffolk County Council commissioned a review of its services for children and young people with a hearing impairment in partnership with the National Deaf Children’s Society.  A copy of the review report is published below along with the Council’s response to the recommendations…

Roles of health professionals

Children and young people aged 0 – 25 and their parents and carers may talk to a wide range of health professionals to find support. The different job roles and titles can become confusing, this page provides information on professionals who may come into contact…

Schools contribution to the Local Offer

All schools or settings will need to develop and publish a tailored Local Offer in partnership with parent/carers. Transparency, accessibility and appropriate confidentiality are of paramount importance both in collection and sharing of information. A school’s Local Offer needs to address what will be: a universal offer, targeted support and specialised support. The…

Self-harm in children and young people - information and advice for parents and carers

Tell us what you think about this section of the website by clicking on the feedback tab to the right of your screen. What is self-harm in children and young people? Self-harm is when someone does something to intentionally hurt themselves. Often a child or young…

SEND 16+ Transitions Guide

All children and young people deserve a bright future - to belong, achieve, contribute, stay safe and be healthy. The teenage years are a time of change and exploration as they begin the start of their journey towards greater independence and adulthood. For children and…

SEND Activities in the Lowestoft area

We have many providers in the Lowestoft area who welcome children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Keep reading to find out more. If you know of any others, let us know! Allsorts work in the Lowestoft area to support children and…