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News and Events

Latest News and Events


An Introdution to SEND Mediation

If you are disputing the outcome of an EHC assessment you may feel formal mediation would support you. Join Sutton Parent Carers Forum and Global Mediation on Wednesday 19th May to learn about the process. An introduction to SEND Mediation (DOCV 77.27KB). 


All Aboard Club at the London Museum of Water & Steam. 

All Aboard Club is taking over the London Museum of Water & Steam on Sunday 23rd May. This is an autism/ADHD-friendly open day and All Aboard Club have the whole museum to themselves! So you can be sure of a safe, understanding and inclusive place for autistic and ADHD children and their families. Find more details here.  



The SENDcast has made the shortlist of Learning Ladders’ ‘Best Educational Podcast 2021’ awards. Subscribe and listen to weekly shows here. 


Sutton Local Offer has a Facebook Page!

Young people and their families are essential in developing and improving the Local Offer. The Local Offer now has a Facebook page which will enable young people and their families to receive up to date news and announcements easily and quickly. This is also a great opportunity to co-produce the Local Offer with our local families and work together to share information about what is happening in our community. Join the Facebook group - Sutton Local Offer. 


Updated information regarding face coverings in education. 

The DfE SEND division has updated the information about face covering in education. The update includes details on exemptions from the requirement to wear a face mask in an education setting. Read more about exemptions from face masks. 


Supported Internship - Are you 17 to 24 years old and looking for paid work?

WorkStart, a package of employment courses at Orchard Hill College has partnered with London Borough of Sutton to offer a Supported Internship.

Programmes starts in September 2021. 

Places are limited - find out more here (PDF, 101.32KB) (DOCX 20.65KB)


Are you aged 16-24, have an Education, Health and Care Plan and want to work?

Mencap's Supported Internship programme supports young people to make the important step from education into employment. 

Learn more about Mencap: Supported Internships (PDF, 19.46MB) (DOCX 64MB)


School holiday activities and food programme

Sutton Council has secured funding to provide enriching activities and healthy meals for families who are eligible for free school meals. Read more about the holiday activities and food programme here. 


Sutton Council: supporting the Hidden Disabilities Charity 

In the UK, 1 in 5 people have a disability and 80% of these are hidden. The charity aims to help make the invisible, visible. Read more about the Hidden Disabilities Charity here. 


Find the right support for children and young people

There’s a large amount of information available from different groups to help support children and young people, which is great, but may also be confusing. Sutton CCG have pulled together their preferred links into an ‘emotional well being resource hub’ to make it easy for children, parents and anyone supporting a child or young person in Sutton to access the right support. Access the emotional well being resource hub here (external site). 


An update on returning to Education in January 2021 (updated 31 December) 

On 30 December the Government announced a change to the start of the Spring term, i.e. the return to education settings in January 2021, together with the implementation of the Contingency Framework in areas where the rate of infection of Covid is high.

Find a summary of these changes on the Council Website. 


New resources from Cognus Autism Service  


Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) Crisis Duty Lines

Due to Covid 19 CAMHS have reduced face-to-face contact to a minimum. However, they are still here to provide support and will often do this by phone or using video. In a crisis young people/families/carers are encouraged to access support by phone. If you are considering the need to attend A&E for mental health reasons, please call the crisis numbers in the first instance.

South London Partnership (SLP) CAMHS Crisis Line: 020 3228 5980. (Mon-Fri: 5pm-10pm. Weekends and Bank Holidays: 9am - 9PM).

SW London and St. George's (SWLSTG) Mental Health Support Line: 0800 028 8000. (Mon-Fri: 10pm - 9am, Weekends and Bank Holidays: 9pm - 9am).            

CAMHS/Single Point of Access (SPA): for all young people and professionals: 020 3513 3800. (Mon- Fri: 9am - 5pm, excluding Bank Holidays).


Sutton Parent Carer Forum (SPCF) shares upcoming events

Read a statement from SPCF outlining the support they offer (external site).


Archived Material

Sutton’s Local Offer – You Said, We Did (2019-2020)

Voters with learning disabilities 

Learning Disability England has published a May 2021 local elections resources hub which provides a range of useful resources to support voters with learning disabilities to engage in this year’s local elections. It includes information about the right to vote, accessibility, events, easy read guides, videos, and a survey to gather insights into why people do not vote.



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