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Accessing a Mainstream Base (Also known as ARP or SEN Unit)

In Middlesbrough, we have various bases in mainstream settings which provide additional support for children and young people with special educational needs.  They are called either: SEN Units  -  special provisions within a mainstream school where the children with a specific type of SEN are…

Complaints - Schools

All schools have a procedure for dealing with complaints from parents and although there are slight differences in procedure from one school to another, most schools deal with complaints in a similar way. Parents should ask to speak to the child's class teacher (primary school)…

DfE Advice & Guidance Booklets

There are specific guidance booklets produced by the Department for Education to help all settings, parents, carers and young people understand the new Code of Practice. Please click on the most relevant link below: Guidance for parents and carers Guidance for children and young people…

Guide to Personal Budgets

A Personal Budget is an agreed amount of money that is allocated to you personally by the Local Authority following an assessment of your care, support and educational needs.  This is for support to meet your needs that you decide and control.  The Children with Disabilities team…

High Needs Funding for Mainstream Schools

Mainstream schools can apply for additional High Needs Funding to support young people with Special Educational needs whether they have an EHCP or a SEN Support Plan. Funding is requested based upon our matrix descriptors. You can download the guidance document and the descriptors from…

Home and Hospital Teaching Policy Statement 2019

This provision is currently delivered by River Tees Multi-Academy Trust (RTMAT) on behlaf of Middlesbrough Council. The SEND and Vulnerable Learners Service is responsible for maintaining oversight of the Home and Hospital teaching service delivery. The Home and Hospital teaching service in Middlesbrough is provided…

Middlesbrough Schools List

Parents asked if we could provide them with an easy link to the Middlesbrough schools with their contact details. You can download and print the list of Middlesbrough Schools here This includes primary and secondary schools (mainstream and special schools) and notes if a mainstream school…

OFSTED

Who we are and what we do Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills. We report directly to Parliament and we are independent and impartial. We inspect and regulate services which care for children and young people, and those providing education…

Online School Admissions

Parents in Middlesbrough can apply for their child's Reception and Y7 school place on the Internet.  For more information and to apply

Primary School Admissions

Children start primary school full-time in the academic year in which they turn five years of age. The first class they will attend is called the reception class. The following classes are called year 1 through to year 6. You can apply for a primary school place online.…
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