Telephone: 0151 477 8360 Huyton, L36 8BL

The Old Schoolhouse began life as St. Agnes primary school. Today, a charity set up by local residents manages the newly refurbished building.

Contains The Educational Psychology Service, Home to School Transport and information on the Special Sector Partnership
St Francis Xavier’s strives to build a Christian community of love and respect to educate young people to meet the challenges of life confidently, to develop their unique talents to the full, and to live out the values of Christ and his Gospel. Their policy can be found here - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gMEINnGJwumGiAOMkvavIWcnL0SK7FGx8zZw1yEVlKY/edit?usp=drive_web
We are here for anyone who is homeless or at risk of homelessness. Anyone with housing or housing related problems. Anyone in need of help with debt and/or welfare benefits.
Telephone: 0151 477 8250 Huyton, L36 6BH
Telephone: 0151 477 8320 Huyton, L36 0UX
Hearing impaired and Visual impaired services
We offer free energy advice to disabled people, helping them to manage their energy needs.
St Julie’s is a large voluntary aided Roman Catholic secondary school, predominantly for girls with boys admitted into sixth form. There are 1015 pupils on roll, 168 of whom are in the sixth form. Their policy can be found here - http://www.stjulies.org.uk/uploads/File/policies/send_policy.pdf
Stadt Moers Park covers more than 220 acres of land between Whiston and Huyton and includes meadow, woodland and pond habitats.
Telephone: 0151 477 8590 Knowsley Village, L34 0HA
We are a Knowsley based parent support group for children aged 5-13 years with additional needs and their families.
Also includes national services Afasic and The Communication Trust
Sibs exists to support people who grow up with or have grown up with a disabled brother or sister. info@sibs.org.uk 01535 645453
From sports teams to College trips and special events to guest speakers, there’s plenty on offer to help you make the most of your time at Southport College. Combine that with outstanding student support, great teaching from industry experienced tutors and fantastic facilities and we think we’re on to a winner. Local Offer Information - Please contact the college.
Sense is a national charity that supports and campaigns for children and adults who are deafblind or have sensory impairments.
Telephone: 0151 477 8170 Kirkby, L32 9PF

Residential Supported Accommodation for young people aged 16-25.  Emergency access project for young homeless people aged 16-21. Managed accommodation designed for older adults with complex needs in addition to the 16-25 years olds. Floating support services. 

Help and support is available to ensure all children and young people with Special Education Needs ( ) can develop and achieve their full potential.
You could get a one-off payment of £500 to help towards the costs of having a child, if you’re expecting your first child, or you’re expecting a multiple birth (such as twins) and have children already This is known as a Sure Start Maternity Grant. Check the Gov.uk site to see if you qualify.
A free, friendly, independent and confidential telephone helpline for parents and others looking for information and advice on Special Educational Needs ( ).
Telephone: 0151 477 8990 Huyton, L36 6DS

Safe Families recruit, train and professionally support grassroots volunteers, enabling and equipping them to provide early intervention and ‘wraparound care’ for struggling families.

We're making the future of the Special Educational Needs and Disability

Do you know what sepsis is? Would you know what to look out for in your children? A new campaign will raise awareness.
Statutory guidance for organisations which work with and support children and young people who have special educational needs or disabilities
Advice for parents of disabled children

We provide a range of activities to encourage the personal development of our youth members, ranging from craft activities to camping, archery to abseiling, team games and much more.

Telephone: 0151 546 4733 Kirkby, L32 9QX

A free support service for anyone over the age of 16 who are tenants (private or social housing) or own their own home.

Will assist with benefits, advocacy, sign posting to education or training or help with budgeting.

Support to maintain tenancy and prevent homelessness.

The Service for Hearing Impairment offers support for children and young people who have a diagnosed hearing impairment and live and/or are educated in Knowsley. The support given is determined by the individual needs of each child. Support may take the following forms
Lists of all independent schools (including non-maintained special schools) and colleges for children with special educational needs or disability.
A specialist school for both day and residential provision based in Liverpool for students from 4-19 years with Sensory Impairment and other needs.
The service operates borough wide and offers a comprehensive assessment for Social Work intervention.
Telephone: 0151 477 8410 Whiston, L35 3SR

Mediatelegal provides Knowsley children, young persons, and parents/carers access to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities mediation if there is any issue with the provision they are receiving.

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This is a centrally held education service for any child with a diagnosed hearing or visual disability within the borough of Knowsley available from birth.

Whether you're a parent whose child is about to start at school, or a childcare professional, supporting a family to take this next big step, we've got information, support and reassurance to share.
Telephone: 0151 477 8205 Kirkby, L33 1DZ
Telephone: 0151 477 8580 Prescot, L35 5AT
Shoe Box Shadow Puppetry are sustainable drama workshop project for children aged 9-11.

Documents about Ofsted's Special Educational Needs and Disability insp

The Service for the Sensory Impaired (Visually impaired) offers support for partially sighted and educationally blind children and young people living in Knowsley. We are aware that the needs of every visually impaired child are different, and the support we offer is tailor made to each child according to need.
Programme for practitioners working with children and young people
Contrary to popular myths, life is often desperately hard for asylum seekers and refugees. The Liverpool City of Sanctuary movement, started in 2012, seeks to unite those already working to support asylum seekers and refugees, and provide a simple platform for others to do the same.
Sands is the stillbirth and neonatal death charity. They operate throughout the UK, supporting anyone affected by the death of a baby and promoting research to reduce the loss of babies’ lives.
Carry out the Statutory Duties of the LA in line with the Special Educational Needs Code of Practice.
Telephone: 0151 477 8490 Huyton, L14 0JG
We are a team of Highly Specialist Speech and Language Therapists working with Deaf People and their families across Cheshire and Merseyside.
Opportunity to come together to listen and share experiences
Scouts helps children and young adults reach their full potential. Scouts develop skills including teamwork, time management, leadership, initiative, planning, communication, self-motivation, cultural awareness and commitment. We help young people to get jobs, save lives and even change the world.
Gov.uk advice for children with Special Educational Needs ( ).

Southdene Community Centre is located just a 5 minute drive from Kirkby Town Centre.

From the 1st April 2014, Southdene Community Association (a group of local residents) took over the running of the centre as a charitable organzation.  

Telephone: 0151 477 8815 Huyton, L14 0JG

Details and information from the Special Educational Needs and Disability S

Sahir House provides information and support to people living with, or affected by or at risk of HIV, and to increase knowledge and reduce stigma related to HIV and sexual health among the wider population.
Supports single parents online through specific issues for single parents, including getting back to work.
Telephone: 0151 477 8370 Huyton, L36 7XR
Telephone: 0151 477 8480 Kirkby, L33 6XL
Area Inspection – Written Statement of Action document
What you can expect when your child starts school
We help women to overcome financial difficulties and improve their social and emotional well-being.
UK based Summer Camp Adventures for 8-16 year olds providing child-focused residential holidays in a safe, supportive environment, away from the pressure of ‘real life’. Where days are play-packed and leave a child with memories that we believe are essential to a happy childhood.
provides information and advice to single parents on a wide range of issues, including benefits, both online and through a telephone helpline.
Telephone: 0151 477 8560 Stockbridge Village, L28 8AJ
Telephone: 0151 288 8910 Halewood, L26 0XR
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for children and young people with
Knowsley Secondary Schools
have a number of cookery courses for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities
SUDEP Action is a specialist organisation, providing services, information and education for bereaved families and professional on epilepsy related deaths, including Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy.
Telephone: 0151 477 8110 Huyton, L36 2LF
Telephone: 0151 426 6869 Prescot, L35 5DN

Information about starting your own business and business masterclasses. 

Advocacy, Early Help, Council for Disabled Children, etc.
The Silver Line is the only free confidential helpline providing information, friendship and advice to older people, open 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
Telephone: 0151 288 8940 Halewood, L26 1TD
Telephone: 0151 477 8400 Kirkby, L32 0TP

Supported internships are a structured, work-based study programme for 16 to 24-year-olds with

Contents: Pathway; Joint Commissioning Strategy
Child sexual abuse is a reality for thousands of children across our country, with at least one in ten estimated to experience sexual abuse before they turn 16.
PARENTAL control software promises to keep kids safe online and it's now available free from all the major UK broadband providers.
Telephone: 0151 477 8260 Huyton, L36 5XL
Telephone: 0151 477 8020 Stockbridge Village, L28 1AB
Online safety campaign
Providing information, advice, support and networking events to families affected by stroke in childhood.
CALL or TEXT today to book your place with one of our friendly Smokefree Knowsley team.
The St Edward’s Sixth Form College provides both challenge and nurture for students at this crucial time in their intellectual and personal formation. Our long, proud history of intellectual endeavour and high achievement, our very strong sense of community and solidarity, our commitment to Catholic faith and values - all this provides a uniquely stimulating Sixth Form journey. Their Policy can be found here -http://www.st-edwards.co.uk/learning-support2/298968.html
Information from the NSPCC: As a parent, it’s important to understand the risks of sexting so that you can talk to your child about how to stay safe and what to do if they ever feel scared or uncomfortable.
Telephone: 0151 477 8150 Stockbridge Village, L28 7RE

The community Centre provides many different activities and projects for young people aged 11+ and adults to get involved in, including arts and sports, project work, awards, personal and social development.

Services that support parents and carers when there is an additional educational need.
All children are welcomed into our college community and encouraged to achieve their full potential, following a personalised pathway to success. Their & Local Offer information can be found here - http://www.saintspeterandpaul.halton.sch.uk/college_information/send/
Here to help with all aspects from emotional to financial to legal.