SEN Provision

Please see the documents below for Allerton High School's SEN offer and SEND report 2023-24. 

Useful SEND links!/directory

The Leeds Local Offer provides information for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their parents or carers in a single place. It shows families what they can expect from a range of local agencies including education, health and social care.

Information about EHCPs

Offers information about the EHCP process, and when it may be beneficial to apply for an EHCP – it is always best to discuss this with school first.

If you think your child may be neurodivergent, or if they have a diagnosis of a neurodevelopmental condition such as ADHD or autism, this is an area where you can access signposting and information. There are many sources of support for children and young people in Leeds who are neurodivergent. You can explore the resources below with or without a formal diagnosis.

Leeds Community Healthcare – Speech and Language Toolkit 

The Speech and Language Therapy Toolkit is provided by the Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust – it contains advice, activities and general resources to help with the development of children and young people’s speech, language and communication skills.

British Dyslexia Association

Information about getting a dyslexia diagnosis and strategies that can help support people with dyslexia

Hearing Impaired Information - NDCS

The National Deaf Children’s Society is the leading charity for deaf children. It gives expert support on childhood deafness, raises awareness and campaigns for deaf children’s rights, so they have the same opportunities as everyone else

Hearing Impaired Information - The Buzz

The Buzz is the only website for deaf children and young people in the UK. It’s an opportunity for them to get information and support

BBC iPlayer - Magic Hands

Poetry for Childen with BSL

Leeds Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Advice Support Service – a free, confidential and impartial service for parents and carers, children and young people: SENDIASS Young People SEND information videos can be viewed on our playlists on Leeds SENDIASS YouTube Channel at:

Leeds SENDIASS Young People information videos are for young people 16 and over and provide information about Special Educational Needs and/ or Disabilities (SEND) processes, designed in consultation with young people in Leeds with SEND.

SENDIASS Parent Carer Information Videos can be viewed on the Leeds SENDIASS YouTube channel by following this link:

These are narrated videos aiming to give parents and carers information and advice about key Special Educational Needs and Disability SEND processes. Information videos aim to support parents and carers to understand SEND processes in a step-by-step format and include targeted videos which can be viewed whilst filling out forms.

Time to Talk Next Steps:

If you are a parent/carer of a 16–25-year-old with additional support needs in England this free support for your child and yourself will be useful in the journey for your child towards adulthood.

Time to Talk Next Steps is delivered by NDTi in partnership with Contact, designed to reach young people with additional support needs who may have limited or no plans for the future and are experiencing anxiety and, isolation. Young people don’t need to have a diagnosis or Education Health and Care Plan (ECHP). They may still be at school or college or have been out of education for some time.

All support is virtual (on the phone, teams, zoom – whatever suits you) and is tailored to the individual and their family.

To make a request for support please go to NDTi’s webpage:

Support for autistic young people and their families:

STARS are a team of autism specialists who offer advice and support both in schools and the community

National Autistic Society – a leading UK Charity for autistic people

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