Who we are and how to contact us

The Aylesbury Integrated SEND Service

Our newsletters

Hub Newsletters are emailed to SENCos to share with their settings on a Thursday. 

Please contact to have your name added to the email list. 

Aylesbury escalation protocol

As an integrated service we support children/young people, their families and settings to achieve the best possible outcomes for all. If you feel that the service is not supporting the delivery of these outcomes in the way that it should, you can escalate your concerns using the following procedure.

Escalation protocol

Aylesbury Area Team Advice Sessions

As part of our Tiered Approach to allow schools to receive advice, support and strategies from the Specialist Teachers at every stage of SEND Support the Aylesbury Area Specialist Teachers are offering regular Advice Sessions. 

Aylesbury advice sessions

SENDCo Support

SENDCo Liaison Meetings

The Aylesbury Area team will be holding termly SENDCo Liaison Meetings. 

The sessions will comprise of information sharing/training followed by a question and answers forum. The dates of these are: 

Spring Term: 14 March 2023, 4 to 5pm 

Summer Term: 6 June 2023, 4 to 5pm 

SENDCo Network meetings

SENDCo Support Network meetings aim to facilitate peer-to-peer support through a 'solutions-focused approach'. This encourages SENDCos to discuss specific cases to obtain ideas from colleagues and other professionals to move things forward for the child or young person.

These meetings run half-termly and are facilitated by an Educational Psychologist and Specialist Teacher.

Support network meetings

General guidance

The tiered approach and tiered support

Graduated Response

Ordinarily Available Provision

Buckinghamshire SEND IAS

If you have a young person, family, parent or carer who requires free, confidential impartial information, advice and support, please do point them in the direction of our SENDIAS service. 

Telephone:  01296 383754


We always endeavour to work with you and promote achieving solutions to difficult situations through a joined up approach.  Should you wish to make a formal complaint however, you can do so by clicking on the link below and following the Bucks Council policy:

Buckinghamshire Compliments and Complaints


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