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  1. Professional Development for Schools

    The Bi-Borough School Standards Team offers a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme as part of the annual traded service. Schools buying into the annual traded service can access the programme without charge (or for a reduced charge for some sessions).   Details of the annual Traded…
  2. PVI settings

    Welcome to the Kensington and Chelsea Early Years Hub, a dedicated space for Early Years Professionals in the PVI sector in Kensington and Chelsea. In this section, we aim to provide you with important updates, information and guidance, which hopefully you will find useful. Please…
  3. Register for a Family Hub

    If you live in Kensington and Chelsea and would like to register for a Family Hub / Children's Centre within the borough, please contact a member of the team on [email protected]. Information about the services currently available, timetables and locations can be found on the following link: Family…
  4. Registering and managing your directory listings

    The Kensington and Chelsea Family Information Hub is managed by the Family Information Service and the SEND Local Offer teams at Kensington and Chelsea council. If you offer a service for expectant parents, parents/carers, children under the age of 19 (under 25 if they have…
  5. Resources and guidance for practitioners

    Range of different resources and advice for professionals can be found here. Community occupational therapy resources Speech and language therapy advice Sensory processing difficulties Autism spectrum condition Hearing impairment/Deafness Down's syndrome Additional support for professionals (IPSEA) SEND pen portrait NASEN Resources Kensington and Chelsea IASS…
  6. Safeguarding children

    The Local Safeguarding Children Partnership (LSCP) for Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster. The safeguarding of children is everyone's responsibility, and the LSCP website contains in depth information for: Children and young people Parents, carers and the public professionals and volunteers The LSCP site also lists…
  7. 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…
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