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Categories of Need

On 12 June 2019, Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) and Commissioning Partnership Board endorsed the consistent adoption and utilisation of one set of recommended categories of need across the Council. Here you will find the recommended categories of need that the Council will employ moving…

Child Development Service

Wolverhampton Child Development Service (CDS) offers a city-wide, specialist integrated service for children birth to 5 years of age who may have factors that affect their development. The service works closely with Universal services to ensure early identification, support and treatment of children with SEND…

FAQ - Under Five Autism Panel

Autism Assessment and Diagnosis for children Under 5 Information and guidance for Parents and Carers Assessments for Autism Spectrum Disorder for children under 5 years are carried out by the Child Development Service Multi-Agency Panel called the Under Five Autism Panel. This is led by…

Home Learning Support

Welcome to the Wolverhampton Local Offer Home Learning Page. Here you will find advice on how to support your child at home. The resources are relevant to all ages and abilities. There are links to general internet resources and also specialist services in Wolverhampton who…

Identifying and Supporting Children and Young People with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs)

A Guide for Schools Our process for identifying and supporting children with specific learning difficulties has been developed by specialist teachers and educational psychologists. It is based on good practice guidance and follows the statutory SEND Code of Practice. It aims to help schools to…

Inclusion Support & Outreach Service Consultation Service for Parents/Carers

The City of Wolverhampton Council’s Inclusion Support Service and Outreach Service is offering a free consultation service to parents/carers to help parents/carers to support their child(ren) during the school closures as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Parents/carers who feel that they would benefit from…

Post-16 - Council for Disabled Children (CDC)

The Council for Disabled Children (CDC) in partnership with the Department for Education has produced a series of fact sheets, films and posters designed to help children and young people understand some of the key themes of the new SEND reforms. There has been an important change in the…

Schools

Here you will find out more information on education and schools.

Schools Accessibility Strategy

Educational performance is greatly improved in the City of Wolverhampton. We are incredibly proud of the achievements of the children and young people of our City. Effective education provision is viewed as a key factor in ensuring that Wolverhampton grows and thrives as a City…

SEN Provision Matrix Values 2020-21

To view the matrix values plaese click here
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