Leaflets and Factsheets


We are starting to move most of our leaflets over into factsheets, looking to make these succinct and clear, and not using too much paper. We are also starting to produce web page ‘Guides’ on SEND subjects. These will give more detailed information for those who want to understand a bit more, including any national guidance and law related to a subject. The webpage guides can be found here.


Front Cover of the SENDIAS Leaflet
How we can help
Picture of SENDIAS Young Person Flyer
For Young People
Picture of front cover of SENDIAS volunteers leaflet
Volunteering for SENDIAS
Picture of Front Cover of the Local Offer Leaflet
West Sussex Local Offer
Picture of front cover of SENDIAS Support In Early Years leaflet
SEN Support
Early Years

Picture of front cover of SENDIAS SEN Support leaflet
SEN Support in Schools
Picture of front cover of SENDIAS Exclusions leaflet
School Exclusions
Picture of front cover of Moving to West Sussex SENDIAS leaflet
Moving to West Sussex
Picture of front cover of SENDIAS EHC Needs Assessment Leaflet
EHC Needs Assessments
Picture of front cover of EHC Plans Leaflet
What is an EHC Plan
Picture of the front cover of the SENDIAS Annual reviews leaflet
Annual Review
Picture of front cover of the SENDIAS Appeal leaflet
Lodging an Appeal
Picture of the front cover of the SENDIAS Communicating With Professionals Leaflet
Talking with Professionals
Special Educational Needs funding leaflet
SEN Funding in Schools


Below are our most requested leaflets, translated into Bengali, French, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Tamil and Urdu. We have also recently added Factsheets (July 2022) translated into Arabic, Dari, Pashto, Russian & Ukrainian. These can be used by professionals when explaining SEND subjects to parent carers whose first language is not English.

Please note that the dates in brackets denote the time that the leaflet was translated. The leaflets that were translated in 2017 will still be helpful, but may refer to out of date terminology (e.g mention of statements being translated to EHC Plans). Whenever we commission the translation of leaflets, we find out what are the top 5 non-English speaking languages in West Sussex. This information is given to us by the Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Service (EMTAS) at West Sussex County Council.