Useful Web Links
BELOW ARE A LIST ONLINE RESOURCES WHICH WE THINK MAY BE INTERESTING OR USEFUL TO YOU. ALTHOUGH WE MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO ENSURE THESE LINKS ARE ACCURATE, UP TO DATE AND RELEVANT, OAKLEIGH SCHOOL CANNOT TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR PAGES MAINTAINED BY EXTERNAL PROVIDERS.
If you have any suggestions for web sites that you have found useful please let us know.
The AUTISM EDUCATION TRUST (AET) ensure that autistic children and young people receive an education that enables them to fulfil their aspirations and engage in society as active citizens.
The National Autistic Society help autistic people in the UK and their families. Be it running specialist schools, campaigning for improved rights or training companies on being more autism-friendly, they are dedicated to transforming lives and changing attitudes.
The LOCAL OFFER FOR BARNET website helps children and young people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities and their families find the information and support they are looking for, from across the Barnet local area.
BARNET MENCAP CHILDREN'S SERVICES project provides advice, information and support for parent carers of children and young people aged 0-25 with a learning disability and/or autism or ADHD.
Find CHILDREN'S CENTRES IN BARNET closest to you by postcode or keyword finder.
The BARNET CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICE is a multi-agency collaboration between local teams with expertise in child development (medical, nursing, therapy, education and social services).
THE EARLY YEARS FOUNDATION STAGE (EYFS) sets standards for the learning, development and care of children from birth to 5 years old. All schools and Ofsted-registered early years providers must follow the EYFS, including childminders, preschools, nurseries and school reception classes.
Here you will find information about what an EDUCATION, HEALTH AND CARE PLAN (EHCP) is, how to request an EHC Needs Assessment and what happens during the assessment process. You will also find information about how decisions are made and how it is reviewed over time..
SEND CODE OF PRACTICE: 0 TO 25 YEARS. Statutory guidance on the special educational needs and disability (SEND) system for children and young people aged 0 to 25, from 1 September 2014.
UNIVERSAL PLUS is where you need additional help through universal services to support children, young people and families, which generally involves one Universal service alongside just one other agency/or professional.
You can use the 'Universal Plus' form to access our range of services such as parenting programmes, specific youth and children’s centre activities.