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New toolkit for SENCOs

created by JH published on 13 June 2018

Barnet SENCOs and Barnet with Cambridge Education have worked together to develop a SEND toolkit for SENCOs.  Take a look at the toolkit in the links below and this will give you an idea of what to expect from your child's SENCO.   Section 1: Introduction Section 2: Identification of Needs Section 3: Assessment  Section 4: SEN Support Section 5: Setting Outcomes

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Local Offer Newsletter, Summer 2018

Local Offer Newsletter, Summer 2018 created by NB published on 13 June 2018

We have launched a Barnet SEND Newsletter, which will be released on a termly basis. Inside you will find information and updates on Education, Health Therapies, Social Care, as well as up-coming events. You can join the mailing list by entering your email on the home page. Local Offer Newsletter - Summer 2018  

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Barnet SEND Conference – 14 June 2018

Barnet SEND Conference – 14 June 2018 created by NB published on 13 June 2018

A conference for Barnet parents, carers and professionals that has been jointly organised by education, health, social care and representatives of the Barnet SEND parent community.

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Welcome to Barnet's New Local Offer Website!

created by JH published on 01 June 2018

Our new local offer website provides clear, accessible information about the help and support available for children and young people with SEND in Barnet.   The website is aimed at anyone who might be seeking advice or guidance on special educational needs or disabilities, including parents and carers and a wide range of professionals.

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Promoting Positive Mental Health

created by JH published on 04 May 2018

Barnet Resilient School Programme The mental health and wellbeing of children and young people can affect them for the rest of their lives.  Supporting their mental health at this early stage can help them cope better with life, whatever it throws at them.   

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