Documents and links

Useful websites;
Education, Health and Care Plans: Examples of good practice:
List of SEND resources and useful links:
Resources for professionals:
Family Voice:
Documents and publications:
Early Years: Guide to the 0 to 25 SEND Code of Practice:
 Developmental Journal for babies & young children with visual impairment:
Developmental Journal for deaf babies & children:
Developmental Journal for babies & children with down syndrome:
Developmental Journal - for children with multiple needs:
Early Support booklet - speech, language and communication needs:
SEND Provision/ Local Offer;
The School Offer document informs parents about what we provide for children with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities.


The Local Authority is committed to all pupils, regardless of their specific needs, making the best possible progress in their educational setting which, wherever possible and with the agreement of the family or the young person, will be in a mainstream setting.

All Peterborough’s schools have a similar approach to meeting the needs of pupils with special educational needs and disabilities. Maintained schools have access to a range of professional services provided by the Local Authority which include the Educational Psychology Service, the Autism Outreach Service, the Sensory Support Service and the Specialist Teacher for pupils with ADHD.

Academies and Free Schools within the city also have access to these services though the funding mechanisms differ to those in place for maintained schools.

An inclusive school may offer the following ‘additional and different’ arrangements to support children with SEND. This provision is over and above ‘Quality First Teaching’ which is the entitlement for all children.