Find out about special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), how we identify children and young people with SEND and how we plan support.
The Free Early Education Entitlement (FEEE) is a government grant which enables eligible children aged two to have up to 15 hours a week free nursery education.
All children from the month after they turn three can have up to 15 hours a week free nursery education.
Children's centres offer parents of young children help, advice, support and information on all aspects of parenting.
How to complain about a school.
Free school meals for children whose families are on benefits.
The Family Information Service is a free, impartial service giving detailed information and advice on childcare as well as general information on a wide
CMS - a Waltham Forest quality assurance mark given to private and voluntary organisations who work with children and young people and have demonstrated
The CLDT provides physiotherapy and psychiatry services for children and young people with physical, mental health and learning disabilities.
There are a number of schemes offering financial help to students in further education.
The education authority will arrange to visit a parent thinking about educating their child at home to help them plan the child's education. They will
All children with a statement will have an annual review. In Waltham Forest we are developing Person Centred Reviews for all children with special educational
Provision of breakfast for pupils in schools.
If your child isn't offered a place at one of the schools you listed on your application, you can appeal this decision to an independent panel
Teachers or other non-teaching staff may be required to administer medication or supervise a pupil taking it. There is no legal requirement for teachers
The Specialist Children’s Service provides support to disabled children, children with health needs, and their parents and carers.