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Mrs Williams is the school ALNCo. She can be contacted by email at v.williams@stmichaels.wales

Resources for Parents

Parent/Carer Information Poster

A Parent's Guide to Additional Learning Needs

Resources for Children and Young People

Children's Information Poster

Do you understand what the teacher is asking?

A suggestion for if you're struggling with your school work.

Information on what to do if you're not happy with your support

Not happy with the support you're getting at school?

https://specialeducationalneedstribunal.gov.wales/children-and-young-people

SNAP Cymru Information

RCT works in partnership with SNAP Cymru which is an all-Wales children’s charity working with families, young people and professionals on issues regarding additional learning needs and disabilities.

The charity offers free and independent information, advice and support to help get the right education for children and young people with all kinds of additional learning needs (ALN) and disabilities.  They give advice and support on a range of issues including assessments, statements of special educational needs, bullying, school attendance, exclusion, health and social care provision and discrimination.

They also provide advocacy, disagreement resolution and training for young people, parents and professionals.

SNAP Cymru has an all Wales bilingual telephone helpline service.

The helpline is open from 9:30am – 16:30pm every weekday.

Families can also email them on:  helpline@snapcymru.org

Families requiring additional support will be referred into our casework service.

Their Independent Parent Partnership is free to families and offers impartial, accurate information, advice and support through our Independent Parental Support Scheme (IPS):

Helpline: 0808 801 0608
Mon – Fri: 09:30am – 16:30pm

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