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  • Secondary School SEN Offer

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    Southend Borough Council is committed to giving all children and young people high quality education that enables them to make progress and achieve well. For children and young people aged 0-25 with special educational needs or a disability, additional or specialist support may be needed…

  • Parenting

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    Most parents/carers struggle with parenting at some point. Some issues can be dealt with at home, however, there are numerous sources of support, advice, information and guidance available to help from birth to young adults.  Browse our directory, or try entering some keywords, to find…

  • Southend Teenage Pregnancy Network

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    Teenage Pregnancy is part of the Integrated Youth Support Services ( IYSS ) wiithin Southend Borough Council’s  Department of People.   IYSS is an integrated service consisting of Teenage Pregnancy, Connexions, Youth Work, Young People Drug and Alcohol (YPDAT ), Community Prevention and Engagement, StreetsAhead…

  • Accessibility Strategy

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    Schedule 10 of the Equality Act 2010 says that all local authorities in England and Wales must have a written accessibility strategy in relation to the schools they are responsible for. (This includes community and foundation schools but does not include academies or free schools.)…

  • Information, Advice & Support Service (SENDIASS) How we provide support

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    Special Educational Needs Information Advice & Support Service (SENDIASS) is a statutory service offering impartial support and advice to parents  and young people with special educational needs & disabilities  The SENDIAS Service aims to encourage partnership between parents, carers and young people with their school,…