Below are some national organisations who can provide you with further information about the SEND reforms, as well as useful policies and myth busters:
Our Voice Newsletters contain local information for children and young people with disabilities and their families.
All early years providers in Enfield who are eligible to receive funding for the 3 and 4 year old early education entitlement are also eligible to receive support from the Early Years Inclusion Support for children with special education needs or a disability, taking up the free entitlement. The purpose of the support is to enable Local Authorities to work with providers to address the needs of individual children. Children with an Education, Health & Care Plan (EHCP) are not eligible to receive this support.
If you are a school and do not have a safeguarding concern but wish to make a referral to any of the following services, download the forms below. Once completed, return as directed:
If you are a school or professional and do not have a safeguarding concern, but wish to make a referral to any of the following services, download the forms below. Once completed, return as directed:
If you are a professional required to provide evidence to support a child or young person's application for an EHC needs assessment, then you should use our advice template (PDF).
If you have a safeguarding concern and wish to make a referral to more than one agency, download theearly help assessment form from the Enfield Safeguarding Children Board and return as directed. This includes any concerns about young carers.
If you have immediate child protection concerns, contact Enfield’s Single Point of Entry (SPOE) on 020 8379 5555.
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