North Yorkshire's Local SEND Offer provides information to parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities, aged 0 – 25, to help them to understand what services and support, they and their families can expect from a range of local agencies within the local authority and neighbouring area.
SENDIASS North Yorkshire is a service for parents and carers of young people aged 0-25 with special educational needs and /or disabilities (SEND) as well as young people themselves. It is impartial, which means it is not bias and gives confidential information, advice and support that is arms length to the Local Authority.
Useful links for parents:
Special Needs Jungle creates easy to understand resources, articles and information for parents and carers of children with special needs, disabilities and health conditions to better enable them to navigate the special needs system. We aim to inform, educate and empower families to self-advocate confidently, so their children get the help they need to live the best life they can.
Is the recognised parent carer forum for the North Yorkshire. Their aim is to inform, empower and represent the collective voice of families with children and young people with SEND across North Yorkshire.
Website with ways to support children with ADHD
Developmental Coordination Difficulties
Supporting a child with Developmental Coordination Difficulties
Parents with a dyslexic child
How to support a Dyslexic child at home
This website is there to support families in meeting the needs of their autistic child.
Advice and support for helping children with speech, language and communication difficulties
Young Minds offer free, confidential online and telephone support, including information and advice, to any adult worried about the emotional problems, behaviour or mental health of a child or young person up to the age of 25.
One of the leading, independent expert voices on sleep issues in the UK, here to help everyone get a better night’s sleep.
The aim of the Compass Phoenix service is to improve outcomes for children and young people in relation to their emotional wellbeing and mental health by strengthening the range of mental health support available to children and young people.
ERIC, the Children’s Bowel and Charity is the UK’s leading charity supporting all children and teenagers with a bowel or bladder problem.
What OFSTED 2015 said about us ...
"Disadvantaged pupils and those with Special Educational Needs receive individually planned support which is followed up by quality teaching during lessons"
"Pupils with Special Educational Needs and disabilities make good progress and by the end of Year 6 they attain higher standards in reading and mathematics than similar groups nationally"
What NYCC Educational Skills Services says about us...
"The school's national data for SEN shows that school outcomes are higher than National average"
"The school is fully compliant with the Children and Families Act."