Hillview is a mainstream Nursery School which has an additionally resourced provision funded                                          by London Borough of Harrow for nursery age children with moderate to severe complex learning                                    needs and who may be identified as requiring an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHC Plan),                                            when they are of school age.’

The admission procedure for the resourced provision does not conform to the enrolment and                                admission procedures for the mainstream nursery.

 

School Applications Harrow Sendias (SEN & Disabilities Information, Advice and Support)

Admissions Guidance & Referral Process 2021 - click here

Choosing a school - click here

EHCP Annual Reviews - click here

Harrow Young People surgeries leaflet - click here

Moving to a new school - click here

Requesting & Naming a School - click here

Questions to ask High Schools - click here

Harrow's Local Offer provides information about services for young people

with Special Educational Needs & Disabilities.

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SEND OFFER

Harrow SENDIAS  (SEND Information, Advice and Support Service) offers free, confidential, accurate and impartial advice and support to families living in Harrow with a son or daughter up to the age of 25 who has special educational needs or a disability (SEND) click here

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Family Action’s Harrow SENDIASS (SEND Information, Advice and Support Service) offers free, confidential, accurate and impartial advice and support to families living in Harrow with a son or daughter up to the age of 25 who has special educational needs or a disability (SEND).

We provide easily accessible information, advice and support to children and young people up to the age of 25 with SEND. We also work with parents and carers to raise awareness of their rights and help families make an informed decision about matters relating to SEND, including issues relating to health and social care. We support families develop and maintain good relationships with schools, colleges, the local authority and other professionals in order to secure the best outcomes for the person with SEND.

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