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  1. Contact FiND

    Families Information Direct (FiND) Telephone Call us on 020 8708 6220 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday - 10.00am to 12.00pm and 1.00pm to 3.00pm Text relay Call us on 18001 020 8708 6220 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday - 10.00am to 12.00pm and 1.00pm to 3.00pm…
  2. Contacting the Redbridge Early Years Service

    Early Years and Childcare Improvement Teams (EYCIT) The Early Years and Childcare Improvement Teams (EYCIT) provide advice, guidance and support to early years and childcare settings. This can include where you have a query relating to the EYFS, business support and developing your childcare practice. …
  3. Disagreement Resolution, Mediation and Appeals

    What is Disagreement Resolution? Under the new 'Special Educational Needs and Disability Act Code of Practice 0-25 years' local authorities must make disagreement resolution services available to parents and young people. Early resolution of disagreements benefits parents and young people and can avoid unnecessary stress…
  4. Early Years

    Early Identification of SEND Early observations of your child are crucial. If your child has more complex developmental and sensory needs, these may be identified at birth. Health assessments, such as the hearing screening test, which is used to check the hearing of all new-born…
  5. Early Years

    This section has been developed for early years and childcare providers! We understand that there is a lot of information you need to keep up with so we hope that the information will be of use to you.    Here are some quick links into common…
  6. Early Years Play and Development Centre | EYPaD

    EYPaD is a new service from Redbridge Early Years. Enjoy affordable daily sessions at a time to suit you, with bespoke environments for babies and toddlers and an onsite café (to open soon) to make your visit even more enjoyable. EYPaD (pronounced 'EYE – PAD')…
  7. Education support for children with SEND

    Additional services to support a child or young person’s learning, development and family circumstances can be provided by early years settings, schools and colleges. All settings, schools or colleges will have a Special Educational Need Coordinator (SENCO) or nominated person responsible for SEND who will…
  8. Education, Health and Care Plans (EHC)

    Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans have replaced the previous Statement of SEN and Learning Difficulty Assessment (LDA). Since September 2014 statutory assessments of SEN no longer lead to a statement. The statutory assessment process must be co-ordinated across education, health and care. It is vital that…
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