Welcome to Lambeth's Local Offer. This is the place to find out about services and support for children and young people, aged 0 to 25, with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).
Whether you want to know about education, health, social care or how to prepare for adult life; whether you're a parent or carer, a young person or a professional, choose the path that's right for you.
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SEND and alternative provision consultation
The government has published a document called ‘SEND Review: Right support, right place, right time’. It contains proposals to change the current SEND and alternative provision system.
Children and young people with SEND, their parents, carers and everyone who works with them are invited to give their views. The consultation will run until 1 July 2022.
To find out more about the green paper, download a copy and watch a video about the consultation process, visit codes of practice, policies and guidance.
A guide to the SEND consultation for children and young people has now been released.
Easy-read and British Sign Language (BSL) versions are also now available.
Vist codes of practice, policies and guidance for links to all these documents
Choose your path
What you need to know about early years, school, college and getting into work, plus help with travel, health and social care, finding things to do and getting involved.
If you’re between 14 and 25, this is what you need to know about preparing for adult life. Education, training, work, health and more.
If you work with children and young people with SEND, and their families, this is where you’ll find what you need to know better how to support them.
What is SEND, why do we have a Local Offer and what are the laws, codes of practice, guidelines, strategy and reports you might want to know about?
Find out how to get in touch, how to get involved and how to let us know what you think.
Free, confidential and impartial support and advice on everything to do with SEND in education.