The Parent Partnership Service helps parents and carers whose children have special educational needs, from pre-school age until they leave school.
We support parents across West Cheshire. If you or your child's teacher think there may be a special educational need, we may be able to help.
Many children have difficulties learning at some stage of their school life and parents need information to help them make decisions about their child's education. We can explain how the education system works and how pre-schools, schools and local authorities aim to meet special educational needs.
Parent Partnership Service advice
- We offer a confidential service to give you impartial advice and information. Our staff and trained volunteers act as Independent Parental Supporters or "IPS".
- We run sessions for groups of parents about special needs education in Cheshire.
- We have information about voluntary groups and parents' support groups who may be able to help you. For example Every Disabled Child Matters website.
- We produce a range of leaflets which we can send to you or alternatively check the Newsletter page.
- We also work with schools. We offer training and advice on working in partnership with parents.
Where to find help
Children and Families