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SEND 0-25 Service Newsletter (November 2019)

News 7th November 2019

Welcome to the first edition of the SMBC Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) newsletter. The Service intends to produce this brief Newsletter every month and it will be published …

SISS Update (October 2019)

News 7th October 2019

Inclusion Charter The draft Inclusion Charter is now out for sign off to parents groups, schools through Collaborative groups, Early Years settings, LA, health and social care colleagues.  It will …

Dyspraxia West Midlands

News 18th September 2019

Understanding Dyspraxia – how do I talk to my child about their diagnosis? Lorraine Mattocks (parent advisor) and Helen Rowe (co-ordinator) are hosting an evening for parents/carers of children/young people …

Information on launch of high needs pathway for September 2019

News 31st July 2019

The start of the new academic term marks the launch of the Social Emotional and Mental Health High Needs Pathway (SEMH HN). The initial purpose of the pathway was to …

Solihull Parent Carer Forum Newsletter – June 2019

News 30th July 2019

Please see the Solihull Parent Carer Forum June 2019 Newsletter.

Women’s Autism Group – Birmingham

News 10th June 2019

Please click here for information on an 8 week course aimed at women, aged 16-25, with a diagnosis of Autism.

Family Fun Day!

News 13th May 2019

Solihull Parent Carer Forum invites you to our Family Fun Day! A FREE event for Solihull SEND children and their families. Saturday 8th June 11am-2pm at Northern House School, Jensen …

FREE Parenting groups for Families & FREE Training for Parents

News 23rd April 2019

We are delighted to say we have a further 4 EPEC – Being a Parent – parenting groups scheduled for the summer term, 2 in the north and 2 in …

Coffee Morning in aid of Dementia UK

News 24th March 2019

Please see information on a Coffee Morning in aid of Dementia UK.

Success for Solihull’s special free school bid

News 13th March 2019

Solihull Council has been given the green light by the Department for Education to establish a special free school to support children with autism. The new school, which is likely …


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