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Special Educational Needs Support for Pupils with Specific Learning Difficulties

Suffolk’s Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) is offering a free, relaxed online session for parents and carers in Suffolk. This session will explain the graduated approach to Special Educational Needs support and how this works for pupils with specific learning difficulties, including dyslexia. This session will be supported by the Lead Teacher for the specialist education outreach service for pupils with specific learning difficulties. The session will explore: • The key principles of SEN…

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Time To Listen Events

Earlier this year, Suffolk County Council published the final report following the independent review of SEND Services in Suffolk undertaken by Lincolnshire County Council. You can read more about the review here. One of the things families fed back as part of the review was that they wanted the chance to meet with the leaders of SEND Services in Suffolk, to ask them questions and give them feedback directly. Suffolk County Council are looking to restart their Time To Listen events. In order…


Transition to Secondary School: Gathering Your Views

These events from Suffolk SENDIASS may be of interest to family/carers of children moving from primary school to secondary school. Information about the events below: We want to make sure that the training and information we put together matches what families want to find out, to help them feel more confident. We are therefore offering 2 informal online sessions to gather the questions parents and carers have around transition to secondary school so they can tell us what kind of…


SENDIASS online sessions

Please see information below from Suffolk SENDIASS. Suffolk SENDIASS stands for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service. It is a confidential and impartial information, advice and support service on issues related to Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND). Please continue to guide families to use our service. We have lots of information on our website and we can talk through any specific worries, questions or concerns about SEND and in relation to the latest lockdown measures/school closures.…

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