Lewisham Special Educational Needs Strategy

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Have Your Say On

Lewisham’s New Partnership

Special Educational Needs and Disability Strategy

2020 -2023

The current Lewisham Partnership Special Educational Needs and Disability Strategy 2016 -2019, which is available on Lewisham’s local offer website is now coming to an end. Throughout the 3 years of our current strategy there have been a number of achievements but there is recognition that continuous improvement is still required from services within the Local Authority, education settings and health services to improve outcomes for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities and that of their families.

To support the establishment of the new Partnership Special Educational Needs and Disability Strategy 2020-2023, there will be a parent/ carer and young person event for anyone interested in having a say on Lewisham’s Partnership plans over the next three years.

Event Detail:

Date: Monday 10th June 2019,

Time: 6.30pm – 8pm,

Address: Civic Suite, Lewisham Town Hall, Catford, London, SE6 4RU

If you are a parent/ carer of a child or young person with or without special educational needs or disabilities and are interested in attending this event to have your say please email Victoria Lucking at victoria.lucking@lewisham.gov.uk or telephone on 0203 049 2009.

If you have any specific requirements that we need to consider to enable you to participate in this event, please let us know so that we can make arrangements. If English is not your first language and your need this translated please let us know.

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