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Queen's Drive
Infant School

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We have access to the following services and specialist support:

Parent partnership office  
Marion Deeley—01733 863979 or email pps@peterborough.gov.uk

SEND Information Advice Support Service
01733 863979 or email pps@peterborough.gov.uk

Family Voice

office@familyvoice.org                                                                                                          01733 685510

Educational Psychologists
01733 863689 or email eps@peterborough.gov.uk 

Speech and Language Therapists

01733 847166 or email cpm-tr.SLTmailforparents@nhs.net

School Nurse

01733 746822

Autism Outreach Services

Clare Nunn - 07961240384

Sensory and Physical Support Service

01733 454460 or email sensorysupportservice@peterborough.gov.uk

Pupil Referral Service

01733 452675

Peterborough ADHD Support group

01733 266702

Little Miracles

01733 262226

Statutory Assessment and Monitoring Service

01733 863996/863733 or email sen@peterborough.gov.uk

What Do They Do?

Peterborough SEND Partnership

Provides information,advice and support to parents,children and young people on special educational needs and disabilities.

Educational Psychologists
Assess, observes, and facilitates interventions and strategies within the school settings. They provide advice on educational needs.

Occupational Therapists
The SENCO can refer directly or they can be referred by a GP or Paediatrician. They work on the sensory and physical support a child may need.

Speech and Language Therapists (SALT)
Pupils can be referred and seen by appointment or assessed in the school setting. Programmes are provide and if necessary monitored by the therapist.

School Nursing Team
Can provide support in the school setting or in the family home

Community Paediatrician (NHS)
The family GP or SENCO can refer pupils. The GP can provide medical advice and can diagnose specific difficulties such as Autism and ADHD

Autism Outreach
Regularly come into school to support a child diagnosed with Autism

Child and Mental Health (CAMHS)
Support provided by a Paediatrician

Pupil Referral Service
The Head teacher can request support if the child is on the brink of exclusion.

Physiotherapists
Observes and reviews strategies to promote independence  and encourage physical fitness and wellbeing  for pupils with  physical disabilities.

Hearing Impairment Teacher
Ensure that schools  apply appropriate access arrangements for children with hearing impairments.

Family Voice                                                                                                                       Works with Peterborough City Council SEND reforms.

Little Miracles

A charity that supports families that have children with additional needs,disabilities and life limiting conditions.

More information of what our local authority can offer can be found on the Peterborough Local Offer website, click on the link below.

https://www.peterborough.gov.uk/residents/special-educational-needs/local-offer/