See our Local Offer News and SEND Local Offer Review and Action Plan pages for details of our plans to expand our special schools.

Local Offer News

Welcome to our SEND local Offer news pages! on this page you can find information on upcoming events and discussions between parents and professionals at our SEND Improvement Board. Please be suer to read the letter to parents and families from Councillor Brabazon, Lead Member for Children.You can find this here:

Transitions Moving On Event - 30 October 2019

Which way will you choose?

Post 16 options for young people with special educational needs and disabilities.

To follow on from our event held in Tottenham on 30 January 2019, we have a new event booked!

Our previous event was attended by more than 60 families - we hope even more families are able to come to our new event:

October 2019

  • When: Wednesday 30 October 2019, 10am to 1pm
  • Where: Tottenham Green Pools and Fitness (Leisure Centre), 1 Philip Lane, Tottenham, N15 4JA

There will be guest speakers, information stalls with information and advice on health and wellbeing, community activities, post 16 options, education, social care and work. Families will have the opportunity to network and speak with professionals on the things that matter to them.

Presentations from the January 2019 event can be found below.

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Letter from Councillor Brabazon to parents and carers

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SEND Newsletter for Parents

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SEND Reforms Meetings

Read about SEND discussions between parent groups and SEN council officers. If you would like to make comments on the content of the meetings, share ideas or raise aspects of you and your child's SEND services that you would like to address, please contact us directly. See our Get involved page for details.

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Moving On Transitions Reference Group

This is a co-production group in partnership with Health Watch Haringey. The members of the group are parents, carers, community partners and council officers. The group meet every month and discuss and develop ideas to improve young people and families experience of transitioning to adulthood. If you want to get involved email send@haringey.gov.uk

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Other updates

New: See Haringey’s Accessibility Strategy for the inclusion of young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in educational settings.

Review of direct payments Processes and Procedures

Haringey wants to improve our direct payments processes to make them clearer and easier to use for you and your children. We have run sessions for you to hear about other boroughs approaches and also to let us know what is and is not working for you.

Thank you for all your feedback. We will be looking at all our processes and reviewing them over the Summer. We will let you know more in September about what will change.

If you want to see the feedback and discussion you can read about them here:

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Transitions Moving On Event - January 2019

Which way will you choose?Which way will you choose? Post 16 options for young people with special educational needs and disabilities.

This event was held on 30 January 2019 in Tottenham and was attended by more than 60 families. There were guest speakers, 17 information stalls with information and advice on health and wellbeing, community activities, post 16 options, education, social care and work. Families had an opportunity to network and speak with professionals on the things that matter to them.

Presentations can be downloaded below.

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24 September 2019

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