Special educational needs
It is important that all young people have access to the whole school community, can participate in it and make progress.
In Salford, we provide a number of services which seek to ensure the presence, participation and progress of all Salford children.
Children with special educational needs
Every child is different in the way that they learn. Schools take account of this when they plan their work.
A few pupils need special or different arrangements, sometimes just for a short time, sometimes for the whole of their school life.
Pupils who need this extra help have special educational needs.
Find out more by visiting the special educational needs pages.
Salford LA is committed to working in partnership to provide better education for all. It promotes the inclusion of children and young people with special educational needs.
More information about special educational needs
- The Local Offer
- What to do if you think your child has special educational needs
- Special needs - the process explained
- What is a statutory assessment / what happens when a request is made?
- What is an education, health and care plan?
- Who must the local authority talk to?
- What is parental or carer advice and how do I submit it?
- Timescales and process
- What will an education, health and care plan contain?
- What can you expect to see?
- What to do if you are unhappy
- Reviewing education, health and care plans
- What happens if you move into or out of Salford?
- Salford Information Advice and Support Services (SIASS)
- Who to contact and more information
This page was last updated on 1 October 2015