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Local Offer and SEN

  • Children, young people and families
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Barnet's Local Offer gives children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and their families information about education, health and care services, leisure activities and support groups in their local area.

Local Offer events

Find out about the wide variety of Local offer events on offer. These events are for children, young people and their families. they can also be for practitioners, professionals and teachers. 

Local offer directory

Browse all of our services on the Local Offer directory 

Browse by age group

0 to 5 Years 5 to 11 Years 11 to 16 Years  14 to 19 Years 16 to 25 Years

Help and Information

You can get information about the Barnet Local Offer from a local library or children's centre.

  1. Guide for young people
  2. Guide for parents and carers
  3. SEND Code of practice
  4. Jargon Buster (Glossary of Terms)

Our Local Offer has been created with the help of young people, parents, carers, the voluntary sector and professionals in health, education and social care. We strive for continual input to update our Local Offer.

We are always refreshing the content and functionality of our Local Offer. Please look out for the new developments and let us know what you think. For more information on the changes we are making please see our We Asked, You Said, We Did document.

Ask us a question/leave a comment

If you would like to ask us any questions about our Local Offer, or to suggest a service to the Barnet Local Offer website, please send an email to our dedicated inbox at SENDLocalOffer@Barnet.gov.uk


You can also let us know what you think by filling in the council's comments, compliments and complaints form.

Barnet’s Accessibility Strategy

Barnet’s Accessibility Strategy sets out the local authority plan to increase access to education for pupils with disabilities in the schools for which it is responsible. Schools should take account of the local authority strategy when drawing up their own school accessibility plans. The strategy is also relevant to academies, free schools and other education settings not maintained by the local authority as they also have a statutory duty to draw up and publish a school accessibility plan.

The Barnet Accessibility Strategy 2016-2019 aspires to a vision where all children and young people with SEND aged 0-25 will have access to high quality local provision that meets their needs. Schools, early years settings, colleges, services, families and the local authority work together to support children and young people to make good progress and achieve outcomes that prepare them for adulthood.

Contacts

  • SEN performance team
  • North London Business Park (NLBP), Oakleigh Road South, London N11 1NP
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  • Tel: 020 8359 2000
  • Email: SENDLocalOffer@barnet.gov.uk

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