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SEND Events at London Transport Museum

For seven days every year, London Transport Museum opens its doors outside of usual hours to create a relaxed atmosphere perfect for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).  A these special times, the museum will be quiet and free from…

SEND funding in mainstream schools: what can you expect your school to provide?

This page explains the funding mainstream schools in the Bi-borough receive to help support pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).  Schools SEND funding explained  Mainstream schools receive funding for pupils with SEND in 3 parts: Core funding for universal provision - funding provided…

SEND Multi-Agency Good Practice Event: Annual Reviews and Transitions

Our latest Bi-borough SEND Multi-Agency Good Practice Event took place on Wednesday 6th February in the at Kensington Town Hall and was attended by over 60 professionals from across a range of services and settings. The focus for the event was ‘Annual Reviews and Transition’…

SEND Resources for Professionals

The compiled resources below bring together a wide collection of toolkits, advice and guidance to support and help those professionals working closely with young people with SEND. They cover a range of topics, including participation, communication, events and transition processes. These tool-kits are designed for…

SEND Tribunal process and procedure

Changes to the powers of the SEND Tribunal: Read about the National Trial extending powers of the Tribunal to make non-binding reccommendations about health and social care provision.    Click here to see the tribunal process chart. Under the Children and Families Act 2014 (section 55(3))…

Services that support children and young people with autism

There are a wide range of services available to support children and young people with autism, and their families. Which type of services and therapies will be required depends on the individual needs of the child or young person concerned. Some of services that are…

Short Breaks

Bi-Borough Short Breaks Service What is a Short Break? How to Access a Short Break Short Breaks Menu Early Intervention and Support Team 0-5 Assesment and Review Team 6-14 Preapring for Transition and Adulthood Team 14+ Inclusion Centres for Disabled Children & Young People  Occupational…

Short Breaks Menu

Short Breaks Menu The Short Breaks menu displays the full range of universal, core and specialist short break provision for children and young people with disabilities, and their families, funded by Kensington & Chelsea or Westminster City Council during 2019/2020. You can download the Short…

ShortBreaks is on Social Media

Good news!!! Short Breaks is now on various different social media platforms. Please see out Short Breaks Social Media accounts Flyer. For all latest news and centre (Tresham & St Quintin) updates, don't forget to like/follow us on our Twitter page! For more information regarding…

Social care and family support

Drawn by Ismael, age 7We provide a range of different services to support disabled children and their families. Wherever possible, we try to enable disabled children and young people to access mainstream services. The philosophy behind our services is that they should help families lead…