A who's who guide to our SEND teams

The range of people who support families with children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) locally, the services they offer and how to get in touch with them.

Local offer and co-production

What we do


  • work closely with children, young people and families and the strategic leads for coproduction in the council, to make sure the co-production work is going in the right direction
  • lead on the Preparation for Adulthood agenda, working to make sure young people have the support they need for successful transition into adulthood
  • work with schools and education settings and other stakeholders, to develop new ways to include children and young people and ensure they have the opportunity to reach their own potential
  • oversee the arrangements for the SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) Independent Advice and Information Service (IASS)
  • produce and distribute information and literature about the Local Offer and SEND service
  • develop the post-16 offer for young people, co-ordinate the H&F Supported Internships and development of other pathways into and out of education, including work experience and apprenticeships
  • maintain the Local Offer, update as required, and support providers to manage their pages

Contact us

145 to 155 King Street
W6 9XY

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