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Parents

If you are a parent / carer and you feel that your child should be discussed at your next local hub meeting, you should discuss this with your SENCo or headteacher.

If your child / young person has already been referred to the hub, your school will have requested your permission and views. Your views are extremely important to us and will help paint a picture of your childs needs at home as well as in school. The parent / carer views form (698 KB) can be downloaded by clicking on the link provided. Your views will be discussed at the hub meeting along with the schools referral.

You can:

  • Give your form back to school
  • Email to hubsouth@staffordshire.gov.uk
  • Post to Paula Ricketts, Wightwick Hall School, Tinacre Hill, Wolverhampton, WV6 8DA

If you have an enquiry about the South Staffs SEND Protoype you can contact the Coordinator, Paula Ricketts via email:  paula.ricketts@staffordshire.gov.uk

The Local Offer

Staffordshire’s Local Offer provides information and services for children and young people aged 0-25 with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their families. The Local Offer website aims to help families by gathering the information that they need to know in order to make informed choices about the support they receive.

The Local Offer includes activities, support groups and useful information.

SENDIASS - Staffordshire Family Partnership

Parental support is also available at the SENDIASS - Staffordshire Family Partnership; the information, advice and support service for Staffordshire. They provide a range of support surrounding education, health and social care issues for parents and carers of children/young people with special educational needs and disabilities aged 0-25.

Helpline: 01785 356921

Email: sfps@staffordshire.gov.uk

Facebook: Staffordshire SEND IASS

Twitter: @StaffsIASS

SENDIASS - Staffordshire Family Partnership is funded by Staffordshire County Council but operates independently as a confidential service for parents and carers of children and young people with SEND.

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