Wiltshire Local Offer

The Wiltshire Local Offer describes the range of services and support for children and young people, aged 0-25, with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND). The Local Offer information is made available by this website, the SEND Information Service (SENDIS) helpline (01225 764647) provided by Wiltshire Parent Carer Council (WPCC), weekly updates from WPCC, and a variety of publications, information and engagement sessions facilitated by WPCC throughout the year.  In addition, individual services provide information about what they provided as part of the Local Offer.

This website contains a wide range of information including, for example, education, health, social care, preparing for adulthood and leisure.

Families are encouraged to get involved by sharing ideas, taking part in user groups and providing feedback.  Your views are important – if you have ideas, comments or concerns about the Local Offer, please click here to find out how to get in touch with us.  We will publish your comments, our responses and actions on our Local Offer Response page – all comments will be anonymous.

NEWS HEADLINES

Additional special school provision for ASD/SEMH at Sarum Academy from January 2019

A new annex, based at the Sarum Academy, will increase capacity in the south of the county from January 2019 for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder and/or Social, Emotional and Mental Health issues.  Click on the link for details:

ASD Satellite Provision Update July 2018

Special School provision in Wiltshire – Consultation open until 31 July 2018

Significant housing growth in Wiltshire has meant that all our special schools are now full. We are likely to need at least 220 new special school places by 2026. There are a number of options to explore how we provide for pupils with special needs in the future which we would like your views on. Click on this link to take part in our survey:

http://wiltshire.objective.co.uk/portal/education/special_school_provision_in_wiltshire

 

Are you accessing all the help available for the cost of childcare?

Childcare Choices is a Government website that can help you see what you may be entitled to. To try and make the childcare choices information a bit easier to read and understand, Wiltshire Parent Carer Council have produced some slides that explain the ins and outs of support with childcare costs that you may find helpful. Please click here to take a look.

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