SEND teams in North East Lincolnshire
Special Educational Needs Assessment and Review Team (SENART)
The Special Educational Needs Assessment and Review Team is made up of a small team of six Education, Health and Care Plan Coordinators and a Lead Education, Health and Care Plan Coordinator who coordinate statutory Education, Health and Care needs assessments and administer Annual Reviews of Education, Health and Care Plans.
The team is supported by a Business Support Officer and two Special Educational Needs Finance and Placement Officers.
Education, Health and Care Plan Coordinators can support parents through the Statutory Assessment of Education, Health and Care Needs process, offer advice at Annual Review stage and are available to answer any queries relating to Education, Health and Care Plans.
For more information go to Education Health and Care Needs assessments.
Key Stage Team – Specialist Advisory Teachers for Communication and Interaction, Social Emotional and Mental Health and Cognition and Learning
The Specialist Advisory Service is made up of a small team of six advisory teachers who specialise in Learning and Cognition, Communication and Interaction and in Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs. They are supported by two service administrators.
Advisory teachers can work with parents or carers, your child and your child’s teachers, to find ways of improving your child’s engagement and success in learning.
For more information read Specialist Advisory Service – Supporting Parents and carers.
SEND Outreach Support Team for Communication and Interaction and Physical Disabilities
If your child needs extra support with communication and interaction (Speech and Language or Autistic type difficulties) or Physical disabilities you may like to speak to your child’s school’s Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) who can make a referral to our SEND Outreach Support Team.
Our SEND Outreach Support Team is made up of a an administrator for the service and two specialist SEND education practitioners who can offer information, advice and guidance; visit learners in their education settings to observe and make recommendations; meet with parent/carers and teachers to offer strategies for support and monitor and review visits and meetings.
For more information go to Communication and interaction.
Education Team for Hearing and Vision
The Educational Team for Hearing and Vision (ETHV) offer a wide range of services to support children and young people who have been diagnosed with hearing and/or vision loss from birth to leaving school.
In our team we have:
- two Qualified Teachers of the Deaf (QToD)
- one Qualified Teacher of the Visually Impaired (QTVI)
- one Qualified Registered Habilitation Specialist
- one Deaf Coach
- nine Specialist Teaching Assistants
- two Specialist Curriculum Support Staff
For more information go to Hearing and vision.