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Education, Training and Work

In this section, you will find information about the educational provision available for children and young people who have Special Educational Needs or who are Disabled (SEND) in Nottingham City.

Children have special educational needs if they have learning difficulties or disabilities that mean they need special provision to be made for them. Most children/young people with SEND will attend a mainstream early years setting, school or college. These education settings will put in place the additional support and interventions that the child/young person needs, including the support of outside specialists if necessary.

In this webpage you can use the search engine above to look for Early Years providers, Primary and Secondary Schools and Special Schools in Nottingham City that offer specific services to disabled children and young people.

The choices made by young people with special educational needs and disabilities when leaving school has a significant impact on their experience of moving into adulthood. Key factors are the availability of appropriate opportunities for people aged 16 – as well as ensuring that young people receive the right support. In Nottingham City, support is delivered by the Futures Service. For further details, please see Related Services below.

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