The number of children coming within these categories and their disposition as on the 31st December, 1961, are tabulated in the following table in accordance with the Handicapped Pupils Regulations, 1953, and amended by the Handicapped Pupils and Special Schools Regulations, 1959, operative with effect from 1st April, 1959.
|CATEGORY||Number of children of school age on 31st December, 1961, formally ascertained as handicapped pupils and requiring special educational treatment (s.e.t.)|
|Attending day special school||Awaiting placement in day special school||Attending residential special school||Awaiting placement in residential special school||Attending boarding homes||Awaiting placement in boarding homes||Attending independent schools||Awaiting placement in independent schools||Attending hospital schools||Awaiting placement in hospital schools||Receiving Education in hospital under Section 56||Receiving home tuition under Section 56||Awaiting home tuition under Section 56||Total No. of children of school age requiring s.e.t.|
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MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE
The Training Centre for severely Subnormal Children
and Adult Female patients, was opened on 8th September,
1953, at the Methodist Church Hall, Bennett's Castle Lane,
Becontree. It is known as the Ilford Junior Training Centre.
Full medical inspection is carried out once a year,
by one of the School Medical Officers, also a survey visit
is made quarterly.