Leeds parent partnership service provides parents, carers and professionals with impartial advice, support, help and information around special educational needs (SEN), choice advice (admissions) and behaviour (on-going behaviour, fixed term exclusions and permanent exclusions.
If you are worried that your child may be having difficulties at school, or have any questions around your child’s education, we can support you in a number of ways.
Leeds parent partnership service has a helpline which is guaranteed between the hours of 10am to 3pm on weekdays during term time. The service is confidential, and what you say will not be shared with others unless you give your consent to do so. The service is open throughout the year, including school holidays.
Helpline: 0113 395 1200
General enquiries: 0113 395 1222
You can also email using the contact us form below.
All Leeds parent partnership service officers offer impartial advice and support based on available information. They do not advocate for parents at school meetings. Where there is an issue around a child, an officer will attend a meeting between the school and the parents or carers, to make sure they are working effectively together so the child can receive the appropriate provision.
The service also trains volunteers who maybe able to support parents at admissions appeals, exclusions hearings and SEN tribunals if they are available.
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