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Learning Disability and Autism Partnerships for Children and Young People

The Learning Disability and Autism Partnerships aims to improve the lives of people with a learning disability and/or autism, including those with a mental health condition. There is a commitment to focus on increased support in the community by building on preventative support that will…

Education, Health and Care Needs Assessments

What is an Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment? An Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment (EHCNA) takes a detailed look at any educational, health and /or care needs you may have, to help find any support you might need to help you learn. The…

Annual Review Guidance

The annual review is the statutory process of looking at the needs and provision specified in an EHC Plan, and deciding whether these need to change. The first review of the EHC plan must be held within 12 months of the EHC plan being finalised.…

EHCP Annual Review Guidance for professionals

The annual review is the statutory process of looking at the needs and provision specified in an EHC Plan, and deciding whether these need to change. The first review of the EHC plan must be held within 12 months of the EHC plan being finalised.…

School and College Transport

You may be able to access free transport to school for your child if they have special educational needs or are disabled.  Early years: Children below school age may be entitled to transport help in special circumstances.   Children aged 4 to 16: Travel is…

Early identification and assessment

In deciding whether to make special educational provision, the teacher and SENCo should consider all of the information gathered from within the school about the pupil’s progress. This information gathering should include an early discussion with the pupil and their parents. These early discussions with…

Educational provision and support for children and young people in Primary and Secondary schools.

General requirements for schools Teachers are responsible and accountable for the progress and development of the pupils in their class, including where pupils access support from teaching assistants or specialist staff. High quality teaching, differentiated for individual pupils, is the first step in responding to…

Unregistered Childcare

Unregistered childcare is more informal than registered childcare. Unregistered childcare includes: babysitters family and friends who look after your child sessions where parents attend, such as parent and toddler groups If you use unregistered childcare you will not be able to claim financial help with…

A Young Persons Guide To Thriving With ADHD

If you’ve just found out you have ADHD, you might be upset, even a bit annoyed. But you may also be relieved, because it explains why you do things in a certain way. And you may want to find out more about ADHD and where…

The Housing Options Service

Preventing Homelessness If you face the threat of becoming homeless, you need to make every effort to resolve your housing difficulties. The Council has limited housing resources and most people who become homeless are not entitled to the highest priority for rehousing. If you need…
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