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Other Useful Contacts

 

how can parents get involved? 

Suffolk Parent Carers Network [SCPN] is represented in overseeing the implementation of the SEND Reforms. As a parent/carer please feel free to use the contact e-mail address suffolkpcn@gmail.com for SCPN for any queries and or questions.

Parent Partnership are offering workshops across Suffolk in the Autumn term, for parents and carers to find out more about the Code of Practice and to explore what this will mean in practice there will be more dates and venues to follow.

further useful websites

Information, support and services for children, young people and families with SEN.  Also includes information, advice and support services regarding emotional wellbeing and mental health – www.infolink.suffolk.gov.uk  

Impartial advice for parents – www.suffolk.gov.uk/sendiass/leaflets 

The Parent Hub – A single place for Suffolk parents or carers to find parenting advice and support to help their child’s development.

SEN complaints procedure

The Governing Body ensures anyone wishing to make a complaint in relation to SEND, whether they have an EHC plan or not, is treated fairly, given the chance to state their case, provided with a written response (including the rationale for any decisions) and informed of their appeal rights in line with the school complaints procedure. In the first instance, any parent or carer with a concern about the implementation of the SEND policy should speak to their child’s class teacher or the SENDCo. If they wish to pursue a complaint they should contact the Headteacher and follow the school’s complaints procedure. If the complainant remains concerned after following the complaints procedure, he/she could ask the Department for Education’s School Complaints Unit to take up the matter.