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Early Help Hubs and Early Help Parenting Team

Our Early Help Hubs are still responding to Requests for Early Help Support, however due to safety measures such as the need for social distancing and keeping families and workers safe, there may be some changes as to how we contact families and share information…

Early Help Practitioner Zone

Early Help is everybody’s business, and to ensure effective delivery, a full commitment to multi-agency working is required from all partner agencies. Through this we will be able to ensure a consistency of approach, application of levels of needs and agreed response frameworks. These pages…

Early Help Practitioners Zone

Effective Early Help is essential to improve the life chances of Manchester’s children, young people and their families.  The aim of the Manchester Early Help Service is to build capacity in communities that will prevent crime, support education and enterprise, and keep children, young people…

Early Years Pathway for children aged 0-5 with a special educational need or disability

Many children with Special Education Needs and/or a Disability (SEND) are able to access the same types of provision that are available for all children/young people, and they will not require any additional resources beyond some advice or signposting to enable them to do this.…

Education

Pleae note: The pre-school & specialist schools & colleges sub-categories are in development. In the mean time, if you have any questions please contact Information Advice & Support Manchester on the details below. This section includes information about Education & Support for children with additional…

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.  Continue reading for more information and contact details for Information Advice & Support Manchester…

Education Accessibility Strategy 2017 - 2019

The  Accessibility Strategy is to ensure accessibility of the curriculum, physical environment and information for pupils with special educational needs & disabilities (SEND) in Manchester. See the download area for the full version

Education Benefits

Free school meals and free childcare are available to help Manchester residents with school costs. Click on the link to the webpages for further information

Education, Health & Care Plans & Other Support

Most children with special educational needs will be supported through the additional help & reasonable adjustments their school / setting are required to offer. This type of support is known as SEN Support. A small number of children may have, or go on to have,…