Inclusion support services
Autism and Complex Communication Needs (CCN)
Qualified specialist teachers and specialist practitioners with vast experience of addressing the needs of autistic children and young people from early years to higher education.
Educational Psychologists who provide professional psychological services for children, young people and families in a wide range of educational and community settings.
English as an Additional Language support package
Qualified, specialist practitioners providing advice, guidance and resources to support schools and settings to build their capacity to meet the needs of this vulnerable group.
Provides advice and support throughout the county regarding the educational needs of hearing impaired children.
Learning Support Team
Qualified, specialist practitioners providing support to meet the needs of pupils with Specific Learning Difficulties (SPLD) and those struggling to engage or unmotivated to learn.
Supports deaf blind and multi-sensory impaired babies, children and young people (0 to 19 years) their families and carers.
Support for babies, children and students with a visual impairment, their families and carers.
Early Years Inclusion
Children who are known to the Early Years Inclusion team will be offered support as part of the core (free) offer.