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SEND Capital programme update -December 2018

The SEND Capital programme is part of a whole SEND and Inclusion system change. During 2018 the Government topped up the available capital to develop places for children with (SEND) who have an Education Health and Care Plan. This means that £816,000 is available to…

Does your bike have a passport?

Bike Passports are a fantastic way of recording all the information about your bike that we would need, in the event of it being stolen.You can pick one up from a Police Station, or you can download and print one here ➡️ https://goo.gl/4BoCQn

Aiming High annual questionaire

We would welcome your views on the service that Aiming high and our partners offer. Those families on our email distribution list have been sent the link already: Responses by the end of January would really be appreciated so we can take your views into…

Rutland SENDIASS update

SENDIASS Rutland have appointed a new Rutland based officer, Nicola Darby. SENDIASS Rutland offers free, confidential and impartial information, advice and support to parents and carers of young people aged 0-25 with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) as well as children and young people…

Grants Available for Local Community Projects

If you have an idea for a project that could improve people's health and wellbeing, help people to be independent or support those with a long term health condition, you can apply for a Healthy Rutland Grant from Rutland County Council. Some example projects: Gardening…
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