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Stockton House School

A nature and nurture approach to active learning

Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) Support

School contacts:

Mrs Jeanette Davidson; SENDCo & Miss Emmy Hamblin; 1:1 SEND Worker


Informative links:

Don’t Let The Peas Touch The Mash is a collection of humorous and sensitive poems for autistic children and their parents.


Local Charity "Autism Friendly Fleet" have organised 4 upcoming talks by Chris Bonnello.  Please come along, Chris is a really engaging speaker and you will learn some heartwarming and interesting facts from an autistic perspective.  £6 tickets. Dates April - November 2024.  Book via this link:-  - PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) - free, friendly, independent and confidential advice for parents and others looking for information and advice on Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND). SOS SEN - free and independent legally based information, advice and support to help get the right education for children and young people with all kinds of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). I.P.S.E.A - free advice and information about concerns a family might have about raising a child with additional needs and accessing services and support. Contact - For families with disabled children - supporting children and young people's mental health, parent helpline and webchat. YoungMinds a local community network of trained volunteers helping families with young children through their challenging times. Home-Start UK (Previously ICAN) - support for families and professionals about all aspects of speech and language. Speech and Language UK


Chameleon Coaching "Understanding Autism and ADHD" Workshop for parents who are registered at either Hook or Hartley Wintney surgeries and have a child with an Autism or ADHD diagnoises within the last 2 years. More information:


Austism Hampshire 


Basingstoke SEN Resource Centre - SEND resources library; have a chat and a cuppa.

Open Tuesdays and Saturdays 10:00am - 12:00 noon every week.

Be Ready ADHD ASD information Network provides a website full of local activites, meet ups and support groups.  - Supporting Children with Special Needs - supports mental health and wellbeing in parents, children, schools, older adults and high stress workplaces through an evidence based model in trainings, online courses and resources.


BBC’s Tiny Happy People had a live Question & Answer stream with Speech and Language therapists hosted by Harry Judd. They tackled some ‘Frequently asked questions, Facts and Myths’ surrounding Speech and Language and gave some advice and tips on how to help your children at home including information for bilingual families. Here is the link where you can rewatch the live steam: (The live stream starts at 13:40 minutes in)


If you haven’t heard of Tiny Happy People before here is the direct link to their website: Tiny Happy People can help you develop your child’s language and communications skills at home with various activities that can be found on their website from Pregnancy to 5 years of age.


Please take some time to watch this informative stream.


Local courses, groups and events:

SEND support group.

Faulkner Arms, Ancells Farm, Fleet


Once a month (1st Monday lunch time and 3rd Wednesday evening ) meets, welcomes everyone. Free of charge.


SEND Information Session for parents / carers in Fleet

Harlington Centre, Fleet

No need to pre book!


Connect - St Peter’s church in Yateley hold a support group for families of children with additional needs and or disabilities.

Meet at Café 46 between 7-9pm (drop in anytime) every fortnight.


Challengers Play schemes are places where disabled and non-disabled children aged 4 to 12 can come together to play, have fun and make new friends in a safe space.

Play - Challengers (


Twinkleboost is a Social Enterprise providing Speech, Language and Communication support to all children and coaching and training to new parents.   Classes are led by Speech and Language Therapy Assistants and are available across the UK. You’ll learn to support your baby and child’s early communication skills through powerful evidence-based strategies used by Speech and Language Therapists. Online classes available for families with babies/children with additional needs.


Hart & Rushmoor Family Support Service

01252 814700


Tots Talking Virtual Course - 2 year olds at risk of language delay

For more information and 2024 dates please contact:


Austism Hampshire run 6 week Hampshire Parent Autism Workshops, online on various dates.

The aim of the course is to provide insight, advice and support to family members of autistic children during the diagnostic pathway. Each session will explore a child’s unique experiences, and suggest practical ways in which their differences can be accommodated and supported.  These courses are free of charge. You can sign up for get more information through this link: Autism Hampshire Events | Eventbrite


School Readiness Course

The School Readiness workshops are for parents and carers of children aged 3-5 years old. (you are welcome to bring them along!). During this session you will explore and discover what it really means to be school ready.  1.5 hour long session. Multi locations on different days of the week. Book your free place:


Toddler Talk

In this 1½hr workshop we will talk about how children’s speech and language develops and how communication is more than just words.  So how do we learn to talk? Come along to this workshop to find out more about how you can encourage your child's language development.  Multi locations on different days of the week Book your free place:


Baby Talk

Based on the Five to Thrive approach, this 1½hr Baby Talk workshop will help you to discover the importance of talking to your baby from birth and the practical ways you can help develop their speech and language.  The workshop will help to support you and your baby right from the start, with ideas which aim to help set them up for life.  Multi locations on different days of the week.  Book your free place:


NEW Communication & Development Centre by Cornerstone LEarning CIC

Play based sessions for children with social communication differences and related additional support needs (no diagnosis required).  One to One teaching as well as group based learning, run by experienced professionals.

Tuedays & Fridays 10:00-12:00

Contact: for more information


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