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An Education Health & Care plan must be reviewed every year at an ‘Annual Review’ meeting. The purpose of the review is to ensure that the contents of the EHC plan remains relevant. The EHC plan can be amended if necessary following the Annual Review…
Autism Advisor for Families offers:  Support for families and carers post Autistic Spectrum Diagnosis by:  Listening to parents concerns and answering questions  Providing guidance and information for families Sign posting to other services and voluntary organisations. Managing and delivering training programmes for parents  Parent Autism…
The ASD Advisory Service supports Local Authority mainstream schools and academies in managing the learning, behaviour and social skills needs of pupils on the Autistic Spectrum. The  work may include:  Providing support and guidance for staff working with pupils with ASD Providing training and development…
The Berkshire Sensory Consortium Service works with children and young people attending school and residents in the Berkshire Unitary Authorities who have educational needs arising from a diagnosed hearing, visual or multi-sensory impairment. Specialist teachers, paediatric habilitation specialists, educational audiologists and specialist teaching assistants provide a key worker service for…

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The Cognition and Learning Team is an advisory service available to mainstream schools (Primary and Secondary) in West Berkshire.  It is a traded service.  The service provides advice, training, guidance and support for schools, working in partnership with staff.  In particular the team work with…
EDIT is an early intervention service for children with additional needs (those likely to fall within the definition of SEN/D). Advisory teachers from the Service work in partnership with parents and carers, early years practitioners, and a range of health and social care practitioners to…
Our educational psychologists apply psychology within the educational system and the community. We specialise in promoting learning, development, emotional well-being and positive outcomes for children, young people and their families.
Education Welfare and Safeguarding Service (EWSS) works to ensure regular school attendance of children of statutory school age by supporting schools, meeting with children and families and liaising and working closely with other agencies. Where necessary the EWSS carries out the statutory duty of legal…
The Emotional Health Academy is West Berkshire’s support for mild to moderate mental health in children and young people. Our goal is to help children and young people as early as possible and to stop emotional health problems from getting worse. The Academy is made up of a…
The Ethnic Minority & Traveller Service (EMTAS) provides support for ethnic minority children and their families. This includes children for whom English is an additional language and children from Gypsy or Traveller backgrounds.  EMTAS can provide the following services: Translation and interpretation at meetings in…
iCollege is Pupil Referral Unit Service (PRUS) providing education for learners who have difficulty accessing mainstream.  We offer: Full-time placements to support learners in achieving personal and academic success (Years 9 – 13) Off-site reactive provision to improve mainstream engagement (KS1 – 4) Bespoke packages,…
Specific Learning Difficulties – Literacy difficulties (Reading and Spelling) Theale LAL                                     Theale CE Primary SchoolChurch StreetThealeReadingRG7 5BZ Winchcombe LALThe Winchcombe SchoolMaple CrescentShawNewbury Language and Literacy Centres (LALs) provide additional support and provision for pupils attending mainstream schools in the authority that have significant Specific Learning…
The SEN Assessment team is responsible for carrying out  new Education, Health and Care Plan assessments and   reviewing and maintaining existing Education Health & Care Plans (EHCP).
Introduction The SEND Reform Toolkit produced by the Local Authority contains a variety of advice, guidance, templates and information to support the delivery of the SEND Reforms. The majority of the documents in the Toolkit were co-produced with a range of professionals and families The…
SISS provides a service for mainstream schools to support them in planning their provision for individual children and young people with SEN. The target group for the service includes those children and young people who have been identified as requiring special educational provision and who…
West Berkshire's Virtual School is for children in care and those who were previously looked after. The aim of the service is to work with children and young people, their carers, social workers and schools to improve educational outcomes. As a team, we have qualified and experienced…
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