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SENCO support during school closures

Mrs Whitesmith is still available to help with any questions/concerns you may have about your child. Please email her at senco@baguleyhall.manchester.sch.uk – you can also email her to ask for a phonecall if you would prefer.

SEND resources and activities to do at home

This website from the NW SEND Network is absolutely bursting with fantastic resources and activities which will support your child at home. https://mailchi.mp/44becfc4710f/m8diu63sdg-2545957?e=ca7d7fd461. Oak National Academy also have daily specialist lessons available here: https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/specialist/#subjects. Please also see the list below of further government-recommended resources Mrs Whitesmith has put together.

Info and advice for parents and carers

Please click the following link to find a list of  SEND information and advice providers  https://councilfordisabledchildren.org.uk/sites/default/files/field/attachemnt/SEND%20Orgs%20Info%20Sheet%20Coronavirus%20specific.pdf

Educational Psychology helpline

Any parent/carer of children with SEND in Manchester schools and early years settings can use OneEducation’s helpline - 0161 276 0118, Monday to Friday, 1-3pm. They offer a problem-solving conversation relating to educating your child at home. This might be issues around learning, behaviour, anxiety and mental health needs.

Educational Psychology autism consultations

OneEducation also offer phone consultations to parents/carers of children and young people with an autism diagnosis from the Carol Kendrick Unit (as well as the Bridge and the Winnicott Centre). To book this, please send them an email with your name and phone number - autism.edpsych@oneeducation.co.uk.

Information, Advice and Support Manchester (IASM)

IASM can help SEND families at this time. Their extended helpline is 8.30-4.00pm, Monday to Friday. Just give them a call on 0161 209 8356 and they’ll help you find the right information and advice.

Local Offer newsletter

A weekly newsletter from Manchester City council where you will find the latest news, events and things to do for families of children with SEND.

https://hsm.manchester.gov.uk/kb5/manchester/directory/advice.page?id=uptXtrEL9fg

Life skills at home

The local authority have made this fantastic life skills workbooklet for parents to work through with their child to help develop their independence and responsibility skills.

Mental health support for children

A wide range of support is available for children in Manchester during the pandemic, please see the document below for details.

Mental health and wellbeing support for adults

A wide range of support is available to support adults in Manchester during the pandemic, please see the document below for details.

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