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Exam Access arrangements

How do SEN or Disabled Pupils gain access to public examinations? What is an exam access arrangement? This is a special adjustment that a pupil with special educational needs or a disability requires in order to be able to take an examination. For example, a…

Find a school - ages 5 to 16

If your child has special needs, they can usually get all the support they need at a mainstream school.    Applying to a mainstream school  All mainstream schools follow government guidelines about supporting children with special needs, and you can see this information on their websites.  …

Find activities to do around London

Accessibility venue guides Disabled Go - Search for accessibility information about shops, pubs, restaurants, cinemas, theatres, railway stations, hotels across the UK. London for Fun - Information about accessing London's major sights, markets and events if you have disabilities. Music, arts and drama Deafinitely Youth Theatre - for deaf…

Find out about support in educational settings

All schools provide support for young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).  This means if your child has SEND, they can usually attend their local school.  However, children with more complex levels of need could be entitled more specialist support to achieve their…

Finding somewhere to live

How to find your own home if you’re over 18. Finding housing In Hounslow and London there is a shortage of housing making rents expensive. Renting a room in a shared house is usually the most affordable option. Usually this means you would rent a…

Forms & Guides Library May 20*updated

In response to feedback we have reorganised this section.  Let us know what you think : thelocaloffer@hounslow.gov.uk We will try and keep a copy of all forms and guides that are in the Local Offer here. To find out full service details search for them…