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Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA)

RoSPA’s aim is to stop lives being cut short by accidents that can be avoided. From the compulsory wearing of seatbelts and the campaign to stop drink driving, to the Cycling Proficiency Test and to the more recent ban on handheld mobile phones behind the…

Safeguarding and social care referral information for professionals

Kensington Early Help Team (child/young person) If you are worried that a child or young person is at immediate risk, please contact the assessment and access team immediately at: Tel: 020 7361 3013  Out of Hours - Emergency Duty Team 5pm – 9am and weekends on …

Safeguarding training for practitioners

Local safeguarding children partnership (LSCP) Prevent duty training DSL Forums Contact us

SALT videos

Well Comm training for EYPS The following videos have been compiled by our Local Offer Team. What we mean by Speech and Language development- PP1 video (9mins) •       What do Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs) do? •       What do we mean by ‘speech and language development’?…

SASH - Sexual Advice, Sexual Health

The Youth Hubs are working with SASH to deliver provision on sexual health and wellbeing. This includes: • Workshops on sexual health and wellbeing which can be tailored to meet hub requirements: Introductory sex education quiz STIs & condom demonstrations Contraception Boundaries and healthy relationships…

School SEN Policies and Information Reports

Schools (including mainstream schools, nurseries, and academy schools) must publish information on their websites about their arrangements for meeting the needs of pupils with SEN. This includes their SEN Policy and SEN Information Report. These should be freely available to download from their websites and must…

School term and holiday dates

The following are the recommended school terms and holiday dates for nursery, primary and secondary schools. Please note that schools have the autonomy to determine their own term dates. The School Admissions Team will continue to consult on and determine recommended dates, as outlined below,…

Schools Q&As

On this page, you can find answers to your questions regarding schools, from the different type of schools available, to school support for children with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND). The content sections below contains questions have been submitted by local parents and answered…

Schools, education and learning

The education system in the UK is divided into five stages, the early years (which is non-compulsary for children from birth to 5 years old), primary education (5 to 11 years old), secondary education (11-16 years old which is the end of compulsory education), further education,…

Secondary Schools

Please access a 'Starting secondary schools hints and tips guide' in the link below: Kesington and Chelsea: applying for secondary schools guide Also, an additional list of local schools can be accessed through the link below:  List of Secondary Schools in Kensington and Chelsea

SEN Inclusion Fund (SENIF)

The SEN Inclusion Fund (SENIF) is available to ensure the inclusion of children with additional needs in early education.  The Enhanced SENIF is for:  3- and 4-year olds (no matter where they live) who are taking up any number of hours of free entitlement who have…

SEN support

SEN support in the early years  Identifying the child needs is the first step to putting together an action plan to improve the outcomes for the child.  How can the practitioner support child and parent/carer When a child appears not to be making progress either…

SEND assessment in the EY

Please find below information related to SEND assessment in the early years: The four-part 'graduated approach' Pen Green SEND assessment in the EY EY ASD checklist Well Comm training videos Referrals Should you have any queries, please contact the Early Years Advisory Team

SEND inclusion passport and exemplar

SEND inclusion passport template SEND inclusion passport exemplar

SEND information and guidance for Early Years Practitioners

Concerns about a child Early Years SEND 0-5 Pathway Our vision for Early Years in the Bi-Borough SEND funding EY SEND audit SEND assessment in the EY EHC needs assessment EHC plan Supporting children to communicate Early Intervention Team (formerly Short Breaks) SEND referrals Inclusion…

SEND Local Offer

Find out the latest news from the Local Offer We are continually reviewing and developing the Local Offer and would welcome your feedback. Please complete our short survey or contact us.  Did you know you can also download the Local Offer to as an icon on your phone?…

SEND Local Offer

Find out the latest news from the Local Offer We are continually reviewing and developing the Local Offer and would welcome your feedback. Please complete our short survey or contact us.  Did you know you can also download the Local Offer to as an icon on your phone?…

SEND referrals

0-5 referral pathway Early Help Child development clinic Educational psychology (EP) Speech and language (SALT) Occupational therapy (OT) Autism and EY intervention team Hearing support Visual impairment Children physiotherapy Should you have any queries, please contact the Early Years Advisory Team

SEND resources for professionals

SEND Resources for Professionals The resources below can also be found in the Kensington and Chelsea SEND Local Offer website and bring together a wide collection of toolkits, advice and guidance to support and help those professionals working closely with young people with SEND. They…

SEND Resources for Professionals

The compiled resources below bring together a wide collection of toolkits, advice and guidance to support and help those professionals working closely with young people with SEND. They cover a range of topics, including participation, communication, events and transition processes. These tool-kits are designed for…

SEND Training for practitioners

  Early Years SEND Local Offer Federation of Westminster Special Schools Training and Outreach Service Speech and Language Therapy (SALT) Service Tri-Music Together – Music in the EYFS Contact us

Services for families with children under 5 and parents-to-be

Please click on the sections below to access further information and details: Timetable summer 2022 (north) Timetable summer 2022 (south) Family hubs north Family hubs south Register for a children's centre Resources to support children at home

Services offered to Young People through the Kensington and Chelsea Youth Hubs

In this section you can explore what integrated services are offered to young people through the Kensington and Chelsea Youth Hubs: FACES - Family and Communities Employment Service SASH - Sexual Advice, Sexual Health CAMHS – Child and Young People Well-being Team Blenheim Change4Life

South Family Hub Children's Centre Offer

Our centres are warm and friendly places and welcome all resident families with a child  under five. Our main centres are open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and Cheyne Children’s Centre is also open once a month on a Saturday. At each of our centres…

Special Schools

All children in England between the ages of 5 and 16 are entitled to a free place at a state school. If your child has special educational needs or disabilities (SEND), you may have special considerations to take when you choosing school or type of education.…
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