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The Council for Disabled Children (CDC) is the umbrella body for the disabled children's sector.
Following two successful question and answer sessions we have now issued an FAQ Sheet.
As part of our commitment to quality improvement and coproduction we are currently planning a lot of work in partnership with the Parent Carer Forum.
We interviewed Rachel Nesbitt, the manager of the Cheshire East Family Information Service recently.
The North West children and young people with SEND coproduction steering group would welcome your help in circulating the following survey.
We would like to share just a few of the achievements made by students supported by the Sensory Inclusion Service attained this year.
Cheshire East Children's Centres currently have a wide range of services being delivered for children and families during the current COVID-19 Pandemic.
The National Association for Special Educational Needs is offering all individuals across the UK free membership from January 4th 2021.
I would firstly like to apologise for any miscommunication regarding the September 2021 transition/admission letters sent out this week.
Firstly, I would like to thank all families for the way you have worked with us during the pandemic.
As schools are preparing to reopen, we are making pupils' journeys to and from school as safe as possible.
Cheshire East Council has recognised and praised the teams behind the opening of two new special schools in Crewe for children aged between four and 18.
If you have news to tell, fill in our SENDing you the news form