Chiltern & South Bucks team
The Chiltern & South Bucks team
For general enquiries and our Specialist Teaching Service, please email email@example.com
Email EHC coordinators via firstname.lastname@example.org
Email our Educational Psychologists via email@example.com
If your query is in regard to a specific pupil please contact the correct CSB professional directly.
All schools/settings within Buckinghamshire are allocated a named EHC Coordinator. You can find out your named EHCO here:
Education, Health, and Care (EHC) Co-ordinators by School
Their email is in the format firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior EHC Coordinator
Oversight and management of SEN Team and leading on key areas within the iSEND Service. Key contact for EHC Coordinators (EHCCo) in relation to complex cases.
SEND Area Team Manager
Responsibility for the integrated SEND service in each area. Direct management of senior staff and some whole county responsibility for specific projects.
Educational Psychologists (EPs) undertake a range of work aimed at promoting inclusion, psychological well-being and raising standards for children and young people aged 0 to 19 years, across the full range of abilities.
Shami Rait Shami.email@example.com
SEND Inclusion Advisor
The SEND Inclusion Advisor reports to the Area Team Manager within the CSB iSEND hub. The focus of this role is to support schools with developing their inclusive practice. This may involve:
- support to identify systematic needs within settings
- working with other colleagues across the area on projects in schools
- supporting schools to develop their own best practice in partnership with colleagues in other schools.
The SEND Inclusion Advisor is also involved in whole county projects and commitments for specific areas of SEND.
Referrals are not made to the SEND Inclusion Advisor but please do email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to know more about the work being undertaken.
The SEND Inclusion Advisor does not work directly with students or families (including students with an EHCP), as this support is offered by our teams of EHCCos and Specialist Teachers.
More about specialist teachers, and what we offer
Specialist Teacher Contact Line
Tuesdays 13:30 to 16:00
Call 01494 475199 (main ST number)
Please call the Specialist Teacher contact line if you would like to:
- Speak directly to a Specialist Teacher to discuss a child or young person and to gain initial support.
- Access advice easily and at the earliest stage for pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
Senior Specialist Teacher
Management of the specialist teachers and leading on county projects and commitments for specific areas of SEND
Paula Stares email@example.com
Specialist Teacher Support for pupils on SEND Support
As part of our Tiered Approach to supporting schools, Specialist Teachers will be able to provide the early intervention, assessment and advice for pupils on SEND Support and those with EHC plans. It is recognised that schools need access to early intervention and support and we continue to work with schools so that we can provide this early support.
To access support for pupils on SEND Support please complete the SEND Request Form (fillable pdf form) and only email the form and pupil’s SEND Support plan to firstname.lastname@example.org. Following that a specialist teacher will contact you via email to arrange a time to discuss.
This process has replaced our Advice Sessions and by doing so, we aim to offer more flexible and regular support for schools that require it.