Monthly Archives: February, 2018

Safer Internet Day 2018

Tuesday 6th February 2018 has been nominated ‘Safer Internet Day 2018’ in the UK.

Please copy and paste the link below for a useful education pack for parents and carers. It contains activities, conversation starters, website links and useful advice. Hopefully it will help towards keeping your child/children safe on-line.

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Day 2018

Support4SEND, Parent Voice and Hampshire Parent Carer Network (HPCN) are pleased to announce that their next Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Day 2018 will be held on;
Saturday 24 March 2018
10.00am to 3.00pm
at Noadswood School, Dibden Purlieu SO45 4ZF.

Information about the organisers can be found via their websites:,,


An impartial information, advice and support service for parents, carers, children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

HPCN – Who we are

Hampshire Parent Carer Network (HPCN) is an independent charitable organisation working throughout Hampshire.

We have been holding these free events for many years, giving families and practitioners the opportunity to gather information about support and services available across the county. They have become increasingly popular, not only with families and professionals but also with exhibitors, who welcome the opportunity it gives them to meet families and offer their support. We anticipate there will be 40+ exhibitors from support services, statutory services and commercial organisations to be on hand on the day to chat with visitors and offer information and advice.

The whole event is free to visitors, other than refreshments and food, which will be available to buy. There will be ample free parking on site and disabled access. We also hope to have some entertainment for children accompanying their parents.

The planning of workshops and talks is well under way, and we expect to have full details available within the next two weeks. Topics so far confirmed include:

– an overview of autism
– empowering parent carers to speak up for their child or young person with additional needs
– living with dyspraxia
– Career Companion, gateway to careers, learning and training information on the internet
– social and friendship skills
– supporting teenage girls with high functioning autism
– bullying
– transition from Early Years to school
– the EHC needs assessment process

Please see, or ring 01962 845870 for more information.