Netherton Infant And Nursery School

Netherton Moor Road, Huddersfield,
West Yorkshire HD4 7JE

office.netherton@kirkleeseducation.uk

01484 661832

Special Educational Needs

The Local Offer - what does it mean for schools?


What is the Kirklees Local Offer?
The Local Offer has been developed as part of the new Children and Families Act. It aims to provide information on education, health and social care provision available for disabled children and young people and those with special educational needs, in a way that can be accessed quickly and easily.

www.kirkleeslocaloffer.org.uk/#/

 The above link relates to the Kirklees Local Offer which gives children and young people aged 0 – 25 years with special educational needs or disabilities, and their families, information about what is available in Kirklees across education, health and social care.

 It covers:

  • SEN support in nurseries and schools
  • Health and Social Care
  • Choices for school leavers
  • Support for parents and carers
  • Income and benefits
  • Things to do where you live 

It is more than a directory of services. It brings everything together in one place

Who is producing the Local Offer?
Kirklees Council is working with parents, carers, young people, schools, colleges, early years providers and health services to produce the Local Offer. 

What information do schools provide?
Schools have a duty to provide information about special educational needs that is accessible to pupils, parents and carers. We need to make sure this information is kept up to date.

Where can I find the Local Offer?
The Kirklees Local Offer can be found at www.kirkleeslocaloffer.org.uk This is a work in progress. Kirklees Council and partners are working hard to create a Local Offer that includes links to all relevant information that Kirklees residents would find useful. If you have any suggestions for improvements or ideas about what might help you, contact CSA.Admin@kirklees.gov.uk

Parent Questionnaires January 2017

 "I genuinely feel that my child not only gained an education but also learned to deal with more complex social issues.... as the parent, I was informed and importantly included in decisions and paperwork, making my child's education a great success, to which I am truly grateful"

"The early intervention in our children's development has been most helpful and much appreciated"

"I find that I can approach anyone to ask about [my child] and all the relevant teachers that deal with [my child] are always willing to help and chat if needed"

"My child is very well supported in school and has her needs met...our views are regularly sought....we have excellent communication with staff regarding {my child's} day to day successes....we are closely involved in reviews that take place"

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