Hitchin workshop to help Herts children with special needs

A FAMILY workshop is being held to improve resources for parents of children with special educational needs. Herts County Council is holding a series of workshops across the county over the next three months with Hitchin Priory the venue for Comet count

A FAMILY workshop is being held to improve resources for parents of children with special educational needs.

Herts County Council is holding a series of workshops across the county over the next three months with Hitchin Priory the venue for Comet country.

Richard Thake, HCC portfolio holder for education and skills said: "Our aim is for children and young people to have their needs well met as near home as possible. That's why our focus is on creating high quality services in special and mainstream schools. If your son or daughter has special education needs or a disability, we would like to hear your views about what you feel should be included in the proposals."

The workshop will take place on May 5 from 6pm to 8.30pm.


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To register call 01992 556684 or email performance&improvement@hertscc.gov.uk

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