Maintaining essential services to support your health and wellbeing
Government have now published guidance for both schools and colleges on maintaining education provision and guidance for parents and carers
Information for parents and carers about the closure of schools and other educational settings
Our Spring SEND Conference was held on Friday 7 February, at Cranage Hall. The emphasis of the day was locality teams and SEND data.
Cheshire East's Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) team has recently undergone a significant staffing restructure.
We have been working to reduce waiting times for autism assessments for children and young people.
Congratulations to Wilmslow High School who won the Inspirational Education Provision award at the 2020 Autism Professional Awards on 27 February
World Autism Awareness week is taking place from 30 March – 5 April 2020.
Drop in event for all young people with educational needs from age 12 years and above with their families – no need to book.
Our multi-agency early years SEND panel meets monthly and consists of the early start lead for SEND, the lead for communication and language, an early start hub manager, and health visitors.
The survey is available online on the Cheshire East website with a closing date of Friday 31 January 2020 at 5pm.
The SEND Youth Forum now meets twice a month in Macclesfield and Crewe.
Defining excellence across SEND – we need your views
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