Children with SEN may find it harder to learn than most children of the same age and some children will need extra or different help.
If you think your child may have special educational needs, contact the person in your child’s school or nursery responsible for special educational needs. This person is called the SEN Coordinator or SENCO. If your child isn’t in a school or pre-school provision contact your GP.
The Information, Advice & Support Service (formerly Parent Partnership) provides confidential and impartial advice and information to support parents/carers and children and young people who have, or may have Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND) in Bracknell Forest.
Local authorities may be able to provide your child with free or partially subsidised transport to their school. See Bracknell Forest's SEN Transport policy for more information: