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School Transport

If your child has a special educational need or disability, they may be eligible for free school transport. The criteria for free school transport varies depending upon what type of school your child attends. Please visit Southampton school travel support for full information, eligibility criteria and an application form

Personal Budgets

A personal budget is a clear, upfront amount of money identified by the Local Authority that can be used to arrange some of the support that has been agreed in your child or young persons Education, Health and Care plan (EHCP). The amount that your child/young person gets depends on the…

Plans to transfer existing Statements of SEN into EHC Plans - Transfer Plan priorities and timetable

Transfer Plan priorities and timetable Summary On 1 September 2014 the Special Educational Needs (SEN) system changed. This means that existing SEN Statements and Learning Difficulty Assessments will be gradually replaced by new Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCP). Where possible we will combine the process of annual…

Short Breaks

After formal consultation between November 2017 and February 2018, a new Short Breaks Eligibility Criteria and Offer was approved.  From April 2019 the new criteria and offer is effective. Short Breaks provide children and young people with disabilities or additional needs an opportunity to spend…

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Advice and guidance for parents, carers, children and young people

This page provides important updates from Southampton City Council and NHS Solent services that have been affected, as well as useful links to social stories, Makaton signs and easy read documents about the Coronavirus.  These resources are designed to support you in understanding the virus,…
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