Special Educational Needs Support in School is aimed at parents of children and young people who attend a mainstream school in Sheffield. The booklet explains how schools identify and support pupils with SEN, what a MyPlan is, how the EHC needs assessment process works, and what parents can do if they encounter difficulties.
Our 14-25 Transitions Guide is an update of our old Transitions Timeline which reflects the SEND reforms and new legislation in the Care Act. It is aimed at parents of young people with EHC plans aged 14 to 25 years in mainstream and specialist education who are preparing for adulthood. It covers education, health, social care, employment, finance and benefits.
Our newsletter enables us to reach far beyond our membership; we currently print 6,000 hardcopies of every issue, which we distribute to over 250 local organisations, including all of our local schools and children’s centres.
We publish two issues per year, one in the spring and one in the autumn.
Would you like to receive hardcopies of our newsletters through the post? It’s easy:
- Become a member and tick the box to join our postal mailing list (if you are a parent or professional/practitioner) OR
- Contact us and let us know how many copies you’d like us to send you (if you run a setting or a service)
Alternatively, you can download back copies by clicking on the links below:
- Issue 1 – Spring 2010
- Issue 2 – Autumn 2010
- Issue 3 – Spring 2011
- Issue 4 – Autumn 2011
- Issue 5 – Spring 2012
- Issue 6 – Autumn 2012
- Issue 7 – Spring 2013
- Issue 8 – Autumn 2013
- Issue 9 – Spring 2014
- Issue 10 – Autumn 2014
- Issue 11 – Spring 2015
- Issue 12 – Autumn 2015
- Issue 13 – Spring 2016
- Issue 14 – Autumn 2016
- Issue 15 – Spring 2017
- Issue 16 – Autumn 2017
Our State of Sheffield 2014 survey collected the views of 320 parent carers on local services and the impact of caring for a disabled child on the whole family.
Download the full report
Download an executive summary