Access and Inclusion

Each area team has an Access and inclusion coordinator who, alongside the Link practitioners, can offer advice for schools supporting the access of children vulnerable to exclusion.

Fenland - Tracey Jordan

Hunts - Elizabeth Allen

South Cambs - Tom Wales

City - Janine Hobson (From January 2021)

East - Jane Ransome (From November 2021)

 Cambridgeshire Exclusion Guidance is linked here.

Temporary reduced timetable guidance and a word version to use are below:

Temporary reduced timetable guidance is here.

Temporary reduced timetable word document is here.

Cambridgeshire have developed a Steps behaviour policy guide. This can be used by all schools whether they have accessed Steps training or not. If you would like support using the guide, please contact your Link practitioner or the Cambridgeshire Steps and Trauma Informed Lead.

Steps behaviour policy guide

More information on Cambridgeshire Steps is linked here.

SEND Service 0-25 Exclusions Hotline is open daily 1400-1600 term time only. Outside the operational hours a message can be left on the voicemail system and the on-call practitioner will make contact at the earliest convenience.

The phone number for the hotline is 01353 612812.

The hotline is staffed by members of the SEND Services team who can offer advice and information around fixed term exclusion or permanent exclusion. If you would like clarification around aspects of exclusions or are unsure of exclusion procedures, then this can be discussed with a SEND link practitioner on the phone. The phone is not for reporting fixed term exclusions/expulsions – this information is collated separately from the hotline. If the practitioner is on an active call when you call in there is an opportunity to leave a voicemail for a call back.

Training for supporting children with SEND and SEMH needs can be found here.

Cambridgeshire have revised the blue book. New copies are available for £17. Please contact scc.supportforlearning@cambridgeshire.gov.uk