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Bi-Borough Inclusion Service



The Bi-borough Inclusion Service delivers dynamic and creative special education support for students with a range of SEND needs, staff, parents/carers and a wide range of related services. We work with children and young people with SEND aged 0-25 in partnership with families, schools, health providers, social care and other services.

We are pleased to present the Service Offer documents for each element of the service, which outline how local schools can make referrals and access support:

We offer:

❖ Support for settings for students with a range of SEND

❖ Support for parents/ carers and siblings of SEND children/young people

❖ SENCO support and coaching

❖ SEND training and consultancy (whenever practical, we would like to get away from one-off session model and focus on supporting schools

and settings in the long-term implementation of strategies and whole school approaches).

The service facilitates a range of SEND whole school approaches e.g. SCERTS, Protective Behaviours.

Schools and Early Years settings have regular opportunities for sharing good practice through SENCO Forums.

All courses and events are promoted bi-monthly through School Bulletin and during virtual SENCO Forums.

Training sessions can also be found on http://services2schools.org.uk/Training

Head of Service: aselwyn@westminster.gov.uk

Bi-borough Autism Team Leader: Christa.Morley@rbkc.gov.uk

Bi-borough Sensory Support Team Leader: kgilgallon@westminster.gov.uk

Lead SEN OT: deirdre.murphy@rbkc.gov.uk

Service Development Officer (for training and finance enquiry): lpina@westminster.gov.uk



Who to contact

Telephone
 020 7641 5825
E-mail
 office@qe2cp.westminster.sch.uk
Website
Bi-Borough Inclusion Service

Where to go

Name
Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee School
Address
Kennet Road
London
Postcode
W9 3LG
Last Updated 02/02/2023

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