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If your child has just been diagnosed with a special educational need or disability or you are concerned about them, it can be daunting to know where to turn. Your child’s setting or school may be able to guide you and are usually a good…

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.…

Common acronyms and their meanings

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

Coronavirus: Guidance for parents & carers regarding their child's education

Holiday Childcare - Summer 2020 The government has produce guidance for parents and carers covering changes to after-school clubs, holiday clubs, tuition, community activities and other out-of-school settings for children and young people over the age of 5 during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. If you are experiencing…

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…

Information on COVID-19 vaccination: easy-read leaflet and accessible advice

Public Health England have released an easy-to-read leaflet providing information and guidance on coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines. This resource is aimed at people who have or are caring for people with learning disabilities. Mencap have published multiple pieces of easy read advice about coronavirus, including  social distancing…

Medical Needs Policy

The Medical Needs Policy is there to support children who can’t attend school full time because of a medical need. This can be a physical need or a mental health need. The policy is there to support children who have been absent from school, because…

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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