This page has information on primary school age education (5 to 11 years old) in Bristol for children with special educational needs. Children who find learning difficult are offered extra help and support from their teachers and this encouragement can often be enough for them to make good progress. Students who still struggle may need more help or special equipment.
The school, college or other setting will work with parents and carers using a wide range of resources and support to work out what the child or young person needs and how they can help. This could be related to their health and care, as well as education.
Information and advice around starting primary school, including how you get a school place.
Information on the different types in Bristol, including special schools.
Information, advice and guidance on SEN Support and Education, Health and Care Plans.
How school places are funded.
What to if you want to make a complaint or disagree with a decision.
Information on how Education services are funded and organised.
Education outside of schools.
Support for children with visual, hearing or multiple sensory needs.
Support and advice for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (was ASDOT).
Advice for schools on supporting children with special educational need, including Education Psychology.
Information on getting to and from school.
This page has information for residents in the City of Bristol. Find out about what other Local Authorities do.
Last Update 1 December 2016 by Findability Team.
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