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Just One Norfolk

The Just One Norfolk website has advice for parents of children age 0-19 on a wide range of topics, including sleep, toileting, behaviour, special education needs, emotional wellbeing and healthy lifestyles.

Home Start

This website has information about support avaliable for all families with children under 5.  The Attleborough Sure Start Children’s Centre can provide more information about Home Start. Parents can refer themselves to Home Start. Home Start can arrange for a volunteer to come to your home and provide support and advice. Home Start also arrange activities, trips and events for families. The service has been highly recommended by many of our parents.

Online Solihull

If you are unable to attend any of the free Solihull courses organised by the children’s centre you may be interested in the online Solihull course. This costs £39 and contains 8 modules that you can work through in your own time.  However, it is free to parents who live in Norfolk if you use the following code:- JON70.

Club 99

Club 99 is a summer playscheme that is particularly tailored to meet the needs of children who have special educational needs or are in some way disadvantaged. For a leaflet with more information and a form to apply for a space at Club 99 please ask at the school office or contact Elizabeth Burrows on 07504 155349 or

Sessions cost £15 per day and activities include trips, crafts, cooking and swimming.

Special Educational Needs And Disabilities Guide for Parents and Carers

Code of Practice – January

Norfolk’s SEND Local Offer

This website is for anyone in the life of a child or young person aged 0-25 who has a special educational need and/or disability (SEND) in Norfolk. 

The website can help you:

  • Find information on support in education 

  • Learn about special needs services that can help children, young people and their families

  • Find a support network – parents, groups and organisations

  • Get guidance and advice about how to help a young person plan their adult life

Norfolk SEND Information, Advice and Support Service

We provide free and impartial information, advice and support about special educational needs & disabilities (SEND) for children, young people, parents and carers.

The Benjamin Foundation 

The Benjamin Foundation provides emotional well-being support
for young people in schools.