Staffordshire Parent Partnership Service

Staffordshire Parent Partnership Service - working together for your child 

Staffordshire Parent Partnership Service (SPPS) is for parents and carers of children, aged 0 to 19, with special educational needs. 

Our team help develop closer links and better communication between families and all involved with their child. This could include schools, education and social care, voluntary organisations and other professionals involved with a child who may have a special educational need. 

We provide a confidential| and impartial| service across the county, offering information and support. For example, we can:

  • help you to express your views in writing 
  • accompany you to meetings about your child
  • provide support and information if you have a child who has been, or is at risk of, being excluded from school.

SPPS is funded by Staffordshire County Council operating  independently as a confidential service for parents and carers of children with special educational needs.

The following short film gives an introduction to the Parent Partnership Service, an opportunity to meet the team and find out more about their roles.

A Word Document video summary| (67 KB) is also available.

An Advisory Group| supports and guides the work of the Service.  

If you cannot find what you are looking for please feel free to Contact us|.

Quick Links:

Parent training - SkillShare|||

Have a look at the parent packs & leaflets we offer|||

Behaviour and Exclusions|||

Parent Participation|||

Whats On|||

 

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