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SEND Information


Welcome to our SEND information page. You will find useful information on this page to support you. I will post any new information as I receive it. 

If you have any concerns or require any support, I can be reached at

Do not feel like you are on your own!

Nicola Grice ( Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator)


  • SENDIASS is moving over to Barnardo’s from the 1st of November.

          All information and referrals can be accessed through the following links:

Home | Barnardo's ( – link to main website

Sefton SENDIASS | Barnardo's ( – link directly to Sefton page

The service will run as normal until this date. A consent will be going out to all families shortly who are already on the waiting list or down as an open case.

Please see the recent message from Sefton parent Carers Forum:


  • We are holding our first SEND Awards on 11th March.
  • We are holding some sessions across Children's Mental Health Week, 5th - 9th February. Below is the information shared on Social Media, and attached are the 2 fliers to advertise it.
  • We are holding our annual Summer In Sefton event on May 17th, the flier is attached, the invites are going out to all community groups, charities etc.

Spcf are holding a parent carer conference on Monday 11th March.

As part of this conference we are having our inaugural SEND Awards.

Often the conversation around SEND is negative, we would like to celebrate some of the positive experiences.

We are asking our parent carers to nominate those people or settings that have had a positive impact on their life.

Please click the link or below to put forward your nominations, or use the QR Code.

Nominations close on 16th February.

If you wish to nominate more than one person or setting in a single category then please do a separate form. There are 10 categories and you do not have to nominate for each one, although you are welcome to do so.


Join us for Children's Mental Health Week 2024

Monday 5th February - we will be joined by Camhs for a Come and Chat session, SPCF Shared Space, Cambridge Road, Bootle, L20 9LQ, 9:30-11:30am.

Tuesday 6th February - we will be attending a drop-in coffee morning at St Thomas Primary School, Kenyons Lane, Lydiate, L31 0BP, 9:00-10:30am.

Wednesday 7th February - we will be attending a drop-in coffee morning at St Michaels High School, St Michaels Road, Crosby, L23 7UL, 9:30-11:30am.

                                           - we will also be attending the parents evening, to host a table, at English Martyrs Primary School, School Lane, Litherland, L21 7LX, 3:30-5:30pm. 

Thursday 8th February - we will be attending the second parents evening at English Martyr Primary School. Address as above. 3:30-7:30pm.

Friday 9th February - we will be joined by Kooth, at SPCF Shared Space, who will delivering training on Supporting people to manage anxiety with self-care. 12:30-2:30pm. Booking is required, please email

As part of this conference we are having our inaugral SEND awardOften the conversation around SEND is negative, we would like to celebrate some of the positive experience





Excellent information from the BDA around dyslexia

Here is a list of useful websites organised into the four areas of need. You might find them useful for information and some of them provide resources that you can use with your child. . 

Speech Language and communication and interaction

Social, Emotional and mental health

Cognition and learning




Sensory and/or physical needs

Self help and independence