Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Inclusion and Well-being

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) at Crosslee

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To find out more on Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) at Crosslee, click on the following links: 

SEND Information Report 2023 

SEND Policy

Manchester's Local Offer

Crosslee's Inclusion Toolkit

Inclusion in Early Reading

Inclusion in Writing

Inclusion in Maths

Inclusion in Science

Inclusion in History

Inclusion in Geography

Inclusion in Art

Inclusion in DT

Well-being and support 

We recognise that some children, young people, families may be finding things tough right now. We want you to know where you can go to get some ideas to help with your wellbeing, or get advice, support, or help at this time.


Mental Health and Wellbeing


If your child tells you they are struggling with their mental health or if you suspect this, you should always contact your GP for support and advice.


NHS Mental Health Services



Services from other organisations are available by website or phone/text

Supporting Parents Help finder (Young Minds)


Times are tough for many people right now. Parents find themselves pulled in many different directions and children may be struggling being in the house for so much longer than usual. A mixture of concern about covid, working from home and children at home, along with possible financial impacts make for a stressful household.


Young Minds have created a useful 'Supporting Parents Helpfinder'. By answering six questions, parents can find out how to support their child's mental health during the pandemic (and beyond). Find the help finder here: https://youngminds.org.uk/supporting-parents-helpfinder/


When emotions explode (Young Minds)

Young Minds have also created a useful poster highlighting ways to give support to children when they have angry feelings or outbursts and may help families start a conversation and talk about each other’s feelings.


Download the poster here:


Kooth  - online emotional and mental health support ages 11-18


kooth.com/urgent-support   for a crisis service



116 123




Family support with lockdown and Covid 19 stresses



Barnardos Boloh – Helpline and webchat for 11+ for Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority children and young people

0800 1512605



Shout – for anyone in crisis at anytime

Text 85258


Mood Swings

MoodSwings  36 New Mount St, Manchester M4 4DE. Helpline staffed from 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday - 0161 832 37 36. Online and Skype support - contact them on info@moodswings.org.uk  or https://www.facebook.com/Moodswings-289363603529/


Rapid Response Team          

The Greater Manchester?Rapid Response Team is a team of mental health professionals providing support to children and young people under 18 years old in mental health crisis.? They provide community-based rapid assessment and brief intensive support for up to 72 hours. If you have been?seen by their service before, you can?self-refer for up to six months after discharge by calling 0300 323 0911.? 
If you are under 18 and experiencing a mental health crisis and need urgent help, please contact their Mental Health Crisis Line on Freephone 0800 051 3253.


Anna Freud Centre resources

For adoptive parents, special guardians and foster parents


For parents and carers


Youth Wellbeing Directory – find the right service for your need by location, service name or keyword


Apps with self-help strategies reviewed by Anna Freud Centre, including self-harm reduction strategies



Safeguarding support


Childline – online and on the phone


0800 1111


Report online abuse






Contact us

Crosslee Primary School

Crosslee Road


Manchester, M9 6TG

0161 795 8493