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Rutland’s SEND and Inclusion Strategy 2019

We want to support all children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities aged 0-25 so they can… Live Independently Stay Healthy Take part in Education and Employment Have friendships and be part of a community Keep Safe In Rutland we want to…

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…

The SEND Capital Programme (as of March 2020)

  The SEND Capital programme is part of improving our whole SEND and Inclusion services for children and families in Rutland. The Government have provided £849,000 to develop facilities for children with (SEND) who have an Education Health and Care Plan by 2021. The aim…

SEND Local Offer

Welcome to Rutland's Local Offer! Rutland Services for Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities have been described as committed, inclusive and highly effective in the latest Ofsted inspection.  Please follow this link to read the full Ofsted report. To read the full news report on…

Speaking up for you

If you are 16 years old or older, you will be the main person making decisions. Having someone to speak on your behalf is known as advocacy. An advocate can support you to express your views about education, your future plans and how you prepare…

Starting School booklet - top tips for parents

Visions Children's Centre has produced an information booklet for parents with children who are due to start primary school in September 2020. The booket includes top tips to help support your child with starting school, what to expect with the curriculum, and how best to…

Support in education in schools

Support for children and young people in primary and secondary schools What are the general requirements for schools?In 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…

Supporting children during the coronavirus outbreak

The coronavirus outbreak is a challenging time for many, including children and young people. Listed below are some resources to help support children during the outbreak.

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 about their term dates. Teacher Training Days…

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 with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities, such as those run by Aiming…
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