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TailfeatherTV: A new and exciting YouTube channel for pre-school children

TailfeatherTV is a ;new and exciting YouTube channel for children with and without additional needs. ; Following the Early Years Foundation Stage framework for ;Learning and Development, children can explore…

Term Dates for Rutland Schools

School Term Dates For a list of term dates for schools that are funded by Rutland County Council, please see the Council's website. If your child is at an academy or free school, check their website for information…

Things to do

Getting out and about, taking part in activities, using leisure services and attending clubs is very important for everyone. Some of the ‘Things to do’ listed are designed especially for children young people…

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…

Update on our offer for children with special educational needs and disabilities and their parents and carers.

Education Health and Care (EHC) assessments, Plans and Reviews during Covid19 Pandemic ; In May 2020 we published information on the local authority position about new Education, Health and Care assessments and…

What is a Designated Clinical Officer (DCO)?

Who are your DCO team for SEND? Hello! I’m Jane Young, the DCO for special educational needs and disability (SEND) for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. I work for the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG)s.…

What is Advocacy? Speaking up for you.

Advocacy is about supporting disabled people, older people and others who may be vulnerable. Advocacy can be very important if you need to start, change or stop something in your life. These can be changes to social…

What is not special educational need (SEN) but could impact on the child/young person's ability to learn?

Schools and colleges have a duty to monitor progress of all pupils. ; Sometimes a lack ; of or slow progress becomes a cause for concern. ; A delay in learning may not indicate that a child or young person has special…

You said we did...

All organisations providing support or services as part of the Local Offer must involve children, young people and their families in developing their support on an ongoing basis. Here are a few examples of where…

Young Carers Service

Young carers look after a family member such as a parent, brother, sister or other relative or they might care for a family friend. The person may live in the same house as the young carer or somewhere else. Young…
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