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  1. SEN Support in Mainstream Schools

    What is SEN support?Every child with special educational needs should have SEN support. This means help that is additional to or different from the support generally given to other children of the same age. The purpose of SEN support is to help children achieve the outcomes…
  2. Veterans and Armed Forces Toolkit

    Welcome to this dedicated area of 'Help & Support Manchester', for Veterans & Armed Forces. Lots of work is taking place across Greater Manchester which is enabled by the introduction and commitment to a Community Covenant.  A Community Covenant is a voluntary statement of mutual support between a civilian…
  3. Local Offer Newsletter

    The Manchester Local Offer Newsletter Below is a list of all of our newsletters, with an idea of what is in each of them. There are several ways you can subscribe to receive the Local Offer newsletter: Email ali.davenport@manchester.gov.uk and ask to be added If you are a parent/carer, join…
  4. Veterans & Armed Forces

    Welcome to the Veterans & Armed Forces Toolkit.  Lots of work is taking place across Greater Manchester which is enabled by the introduction and commitment to a Community Covenant.  A Community Covenant is a voluntary statement of mutual support between a civilian community and its local Armed Forces community, which…
  5. Guidance For New Parent Carers

      Having a child with special educational needs and/or disability (SEND) can affect all areas of life; day to day living, finances and family relationships, as well as your emotional wellbeing and the fun stuff. There is so much information out there. You probably wonder how best…
  6. Education

    This section includes information about Education & Support for children with additional needs under 5 years old, Specialist Support Schools for children aged 5 - 16 years and post-16 education for young people.  Information Advice & Support Manchester for parents of disabled children...
  7. Get Involved & Have Your Say

      You and your young person can have a say in the support and services you need. By sharing your experiences and working together with us and other organisations, we can make positive changes that benefit all SEND families in the city.   What do…
  8. Rosie's Story - Case Study

    Rosie’s Story Rosie has Cerebral Palsy and initially attended Lancastrian, she then moved onto a main stream school. Using a small direct payment Rosie was able to access horse riding and sport activities which she really enjoys. The activities have had a range of beneficial…
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