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0-25 SEND Inclusive Education Service

Following a review and restructure of Specialist Teaching Support Services the new 0-25 SEND Inclusive Education Service has been operational from September 2018. The new service covers support for children, young people and young adults with SEND 0-25 years and has two teams, the high and low incidence teams.

For schools who have already previously bought packages of support you will be contacted by a member of the service to discuss if you would like to convert your package to meet the needs of pupils with SEMH needs, to explain the subsidised allocation and to discuss your needs . If you would like to discuss your existing traded package please ring 01274 439335.

For other areas of Special Educational Needs we will be providing schools with a subsidised allocation, i.e at no charge to the school, from the 0-25 SEND Inclusive Education Service.

We will continue to offer traded services for schools and colleges and other organisations where the work is not statutory, for example,  training, Post 16 support, where there is the capacity to do so. Please contact us for your requirements or go onto the Skills4Bradford website skills4bradford.co.uk

High Incidence Team which includes:

High Incidence Team

and a Low Incidence Team: including:

Low Incidence Team

Our ambition is to continue to improve outcomes and life chances for all children and young people with SEN and disabilities (SEND) across Bradford. We need to:

  • Ensure there is early identification, early assessment and early intervention for children with SEND;
  • Make the most effective use of the outstanding practice and provision across the Bradford District;
  • Ensure continued use of our specialist knowledge, skills and expertise in meeting the need of children and young people with SEND.

Further information about the new service can be found here

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