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Keeping everyone safe

We all have a responsibility to look out for children and young people, as a parent or family member, a friend or neighbour, an employer, or a paid or voluntary worker. Those with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities are especially vulnerable and so all of…

Keeping everyone safe

We all have a responsibility to look out for children and young people, as a parent or family member, a friend or neighbour, an employer, or a paid or voluntary worker. During normal office hours you can contact our Children's Team by calling: 01572 758 407 or…

Common acronyms and their meanings

Listed below are some frequently-used acronyms and their meanings.

Early Education and Childcare

As a parent or carer, you know what's best for your child. The things you and your child do together at home are the most important step in giving them the best start in life. Care from friends, grandparents and other relatives plays a vital role too.…

Upcoming ADHD Solutions webinars

ADHD Solutions will soon be holding two webinars: All About ADHD and 1-2-3 Magic. To book onto a webinar, contact ADHD Solutions directly. 

Information for Professionals

This page is not suitable for sharing confidential material. This section of the RIS is for professionals and practitioners working with children, young people and families in Rutland. If you have seen some information, resources, forms or anything else you think could be useful to…

Coronavirus: Guidance for parents regarding their child's education

Many parents have questions about their child’s education, as well as the return to school of their Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 children. The Department for Education (DfE) has developed the following guidance and resources to support and inform parents at this time: Information…

Complaints or concerns about registered childcare providers

If you are concerned about something you've seen or heard at an early years or childcare setting, the advice from Ofsted is to try and discuss your concerns with the provider directly. If you can't resolve the issue in this way, or you think that…

Choosing the right kind of childcare for your family

As a parent or carer, you know what's best for your child. The things you and your child do together at home are the most important step in giving them the best start in life. Care from friends, grandparents and other relatives plays a vital role too.…

Graduated approach to meeting SEND in School

Where a pupil is identified as having SEND, schools should take action to remove barriers to learning and put effective special educational provision in place.The vast majority of children and young people with special educational needs and/or disability (SEND) are supported in local mainstream schools.  …
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