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This area is to support all Stockton based Special Educational Needs Coordinators. The SENCO area within the Local Offer includes many useful, local, national and legislative documents that can be downloaded for current and future use. The SENCO documents will be updated on a regular basis by the SEND and Inclusion Service, based at Queensway House, Billingham.
Any documentation associated with each drop down area is linked within. Several are password protected and are not for release beyond the Borough.
Please contact Dawn Barron, Information, Advice and Guidance Officer SEND and Inclusion Service, on 01642 527217 for the necessary access passwords.
NEW - Click to download the following NASEN information leaflets, funded by the Department for Education:
Transition Planning Y11 - This leaflet, funded by the Department for Education, is intended to help build partnership between families and the school. The aim is to provide families with questions to ask of schools, and empower them in having successful planning discussions and securing next steps beyond Year 11.
Returning to school following a period of absence - This leaflet, funded by the Department for Education, is intended to help build partnership between families and the school. The intention is to equip families with questions to ask of schools to make the return to school from a period of absence as successful as possible.
NEW: The Role of the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator (SENCO)-New SENCO programme 2018-2019
NEW: NASEN research reveals challenges around recognition and funding, Click on the link below to read report - Identifying Special Educational Needs in the Early Years: Perspectives from Special Educational Needs Coordinators