South Tyneside Council is launching its Ordinarily Available Provision guide for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

This guide defines the expected high-quality provision to be available within all settings across the local area.

Parents / carers and professionals are invited to this launch event to find out more about the guide and how it will be used in schools and settings across the Borough.

As part of the launch Andy Ritchie, Service Manager, Access and Inclusion and Rachael Hood, Inclusion Service Lead will be providing other updates, including introducing the new Inclusion Service and SEND Family Support Coordinator and upcoming projects that you can get involved in.

There will be an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback.

Refreshments are available.

There are limited spaces available and registration is mandatory.To register, visit SEND inclusion event registration.

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