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Multi-agency assessment and referral form fair processing notice

Westminster City Council is working in partnership with Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, to develop an online portal for assessment and referral into Children’s Services (Early Help referrals only in RBKC). This product is called the Multi-Agency Assessment and Referral Form (MAARF), the method…

My Personal Passport

What is My Personal Passport? The Personal Passport has been designed by the local authority as an easy way for staff to find out important information about the children and young people they work with who have SEND. It includes: Things staff must know about…

Parent Zone

Drawn by Alfie, age 7The Parent Zone is the part of the Local Offer where parents can get answers to the questions that matter to them. Independent Family Support Please click here for information about independent support and advice available for your family   Questions…

Parents find out about local services at Make it Happen's SEND Local Offer Event

Local parents came up to Westminster City Hall on Thursday 19th September for Make it Happen's Local Offer event, offering a chance to chat with wide-ranging services available for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).   The event, which was organised…

Policy for children and young people with SEND in youth custody

Please download our policy for children and young people with SEND in youth custody below. Policy for children and young people with SEND in youth custody (Aug 2020) The Youth Offending Team (YOT) and the Special Educational Needs (SEN) Services have worked jointly to produce this…

SafeCall

SafeCall is a scheduled telephone call to children who are referred to us by professionals working with them. They will be offered a non-judgemental, safe space to talk about their experiences in confidence. We will reassure them that there is a way out, support them…

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…

Social Services and Family Support

Social Services and family support What we do and who we can help Many people are worried that contacting children's social services will mean that children are taken into care. In fact, unless a child is in danger, we will work hard with parents to help…

Strategies and Plans

Listed below are links to some relevent local strategies and plans related to special educational needs and disabilities. This page will be regularly updated: Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Strategy (2018-2021) This strategy sets out the plans of the borough to improve outcomes for local…

Support for more vulnerable young carers

Young Carers  A Young Carer is child or young person aged 5 - 18 years old, who hassignificant caring role for another person who suffers from physical disability, mental health problems, substance misuse or any other debilitating or long term illness. A Young Carer becomes vulnerable when…