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Aiming High

Welcome to the Aiming High service! The Aiming High team provides support for children/young people with special educational needs or disabilities. Aiming High provide short break opportunities for children…

Aiming High Short Breaks Scheme

The Aiming High Short Breaks scheme is for children and young people who need additional support to attend or take part in leisure activities. Short breaks give ;children and young people the chance ;to spend time…

All About Care and Support Services for adults: Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ answers common questions people with care and support needs have. ;

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…

Autism – Where to start?

What is Autism? Autism is a lifelong, developmental disorder that affects how a person communicates with and relates to other people, and how they experience the world around them. Autism is a spectrum condition…

Bereavement information for Early Years settings and schools

The information below has been compiled to help professionals working in Early Years settings and schools support children, parents and staff through bereavement. ;

Better Health-Every Mind Matters

The Better Health-Every Mind Matters campaign was launched on 5 October to support the nation’s mental wellbeing. The campaign heroes the little things we can all do to look after our mental wellbeing and how they…

Careers advice for young people with an EHCP

Students with an Education Health Care Plan have support with their career aspirations and plans from Year 9 onwards and these are discussed with key workers in school /college and SEN Case Officers from Rutland…

Child employment and performance licences

The Employment of Children A child is classed as ‘employed’ if they assist in any trade or activity carried out for the purpose of making money, whether or not payment is received for that assistance. This includes…

Childcare Choices

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…
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