Organisations and other schools that we work with
We have included here a selection of links to other websites which may be of interest to you. If you know of any other sites which you would like to see included here please contact us.
Please be aware that we have no control over and are not responsible for the content of any of the sites listed below.
Dudley Autism Outreach Service: Advice and support for parents/carers of children in
mainstream schools on our caseload. Training for staff and parents; signposting and advice
for parents. Contact: 01384 816974 • Ruth Heeks - Family Advisor for useful information
Autism West Midlands Regional ASD society: Practical Interventions course, dads group last thursday of every month 7.30-9.30pm, sibling workshops, newsletter, training events,
information helpline, adult services, contact: 0121450 7575
National Autistic Society: Information on national policies, government strategies, parent
helpline, events, training, books etc.; a very good website for a variety of issues.
Contact: 0808 800 4104
Contact A Family: Freephone Helpline for information/support for families of disabled
children, including SEN advice on education 0808 808 3555 email firstname.lastname@example.org
[SENDIASS] Dudley Special Educational Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Service: Formerly Parent Partnership, provide legally based advice, information and Suporrt
on all matters relating to SEN and disabilities including health and social care issues.
Contact: 01384 817373
Dudley Parent Carers Forum: 'Working for change' — engaging with and empowering parents
to influence decisions and improve changes to services. 01384 573381
Email email@example.com facebook.com/dudleyparentcarerforum
Action Art: Stourbridge Children's Centre, Forge Road, Stourbridge, DY8 IXF: Every first
Tuesday of the month; 10.30am-12.30pm for arts, craft, coffee and a chat. Everyone
welcome to stay until 1.30pm, bring a packed lunch if you like!
We Love Carers: Benefits advice/Men's Forum/ Phone: 01384 396626
Email:firstname.lastname@example.org | 221 Hagley Rd, Stourbridge DY8 2JR
Clubs/Activities for young people
10am—12pm every Saturday for kids aged 5- 14, siblings welcome, E5/session, for more information contact
CHAOS Sports for young people aged 14 and over, Thursdays 7.30-9pm, E5/session,
for more information contact Steve on 07795159806.
CHAOS for children with disabilities/special needs and their siblings, held at Queens Cross Network, Wellington Road,
Dudley 10am-12pm, for details contact Anne at or 07763 875654
Activities for children with disabilities age 5 to 19, contact 01384 897489 or
The majority of pupils leaving Woodsetton at the end of year 6 go on to attend the Sutton School which caters for pupils aged 11-16. Follow the link to their website for more information.
Rosewood School in Coseley specialises in supporting pupils with social, emotional and mental health problems. The school provides education for pupils aged 11-16.
Old Park School in Dudley provides education for pupils aged between 4-19 years who have severe and profound learning difficulties.
Halesbury School is an all age special school that caters for pupils with moderate learning difficulties. They also have enhanced provision for children with Aspergers syndrome.
Pens Meadow School in Stourbridge caters for pupils from the ages of 3-19, with severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties.
The Brier School provides education for pupils aged 4-16 with moderate learning difficulties (MLD) and those with speech, language and communication difficulties.
A charity which works to improve the quality of life for people with autism.
Nasen is the leading organisation in the UK which aims to promote the education, training, advancement and development of all those with special and additional support needs.
A non-profit organisation working to “help make the Internet a great and safe place for children”. This website gives news on Childnet’s work and is a great source of information about child e-safety.
A charity run by and for adoptive parents and foster carers, offering support and advice on relevant issues before, during and after adoption.
An organisation which provides advice and support for people with Down's Syndrome, their families and professionals who work with them.
An indoor/outdoor facility that is open throughout the week for children with special needs and their families. S.N.A.P. offers excellent value for money and has great facilities. Phone before visiting to check opening times.
The organisation responsible for the Makaton system of communication, designed to help encourage speech in children using signing and symbols.
Information on local council services and facilities is available via the Dudley website.
Our school has close links with Dudley Speech & Language Therapy and therapists visit the school each week to work with our children. Visit their website for more information about the work they do.
A number of our pupils receive weekly music lessons within school which are organised and provided by Dudley Performing Arts. To find out more visit their website.
SENDIASS provide free, accurate, impartial, confidential, information, advice and support relating to special educational needs (SEN), disability and related health and social care issues.