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    What is important to us (our values):Ensuring that children and young adults with learning disabilities get the best possible education.What we do: Ensure that pupils are respected as individuals and not defined by social, medical or psychological labels. Determine, by comprehensive assessment, each child’s specific…

    Hornbeam CloseBanburyOxfordshireOX16 9RL

     01295 263520 01295 263520
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    Monthly SEN Advice Drop-In Sessions: Do you have concerns about your child's education or would like some help in approaching school or nursery? Would you like support at a meeting or to talk through what you want to say? Would you like help with understanding…

    County HallNew RoadOxfordOX1 1ND

     01865 810516 01865 810516  07786524294 07786524294
  3. Monday to Friday 8.30 - 4.30. Please leave a message if no-one is available to take your call.

    SENSS is a countywide Special Educational Needs (SEN) teaching and advisory support service. What’s important to us (our values): We work in partnership to secure good outcomes and a positive future for children and young people with SEN and / or disability.  Our aim is…

    Abbey HouseAbbey CloseAbingdonOxfordshireOX14 3JD

     SENSS - 01865 323070 SENSS - 01865 323070
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    Impartial Information Advice & Support What’s important to us (our values): That parents or carers of children with SEN and Disabilities, 0-25 years, receive impartial, accurate and timely information and support  so they can be actively involved in their child’s education. That children and young people  with…

    Freepost SCE 11489OxfordOxfordshireOX1 1ZS

     01865 810516 01865 810516  textphone: 07786524294 textphone: 07786524294
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