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Education - School Admissions

All children in England between the ages of 5 and 18 are entitled to a free place at a state school.  In Gloucestershire, children are able to attend Reception Class the September following their fourth birthday and parents will be contacted in the previous November…

Education and Training

What do you want to be when you leave school?  It's never too early to start thinking about your future! We continue to learn when we leave school.  This might be at college or training to do a job. Click on the green bars below…

Education, Health & Care Plan (EHCP)

If a parent, young person or a school/college asks the Local Authority to carry out an EHC needs assessment, they must receive a responce to their request within 6 weeks.  To complete the EHC needs assessment, evidence must be gathered from a number of key professionals…

Employment & Money

Dealing with your household finances can often be a daunting task but there are a number of services and organisations who can help and support you. Many parents now look to continue work and family life.  Whether you are returning to/starting work, looking to retrain…

Epilepsy in Schools and Early Years Settings within the Local Authority

Gloucestershire Care Services have produced guidelines on the management of medical conditions.  The aim of the guidelines is to ensure a standard for managing epilepsy in Schools, Early Years and Social Care settings.  Epilepsy is a condition that may require treatment/intervention at any time, to…

Families First Plus

The Families First Plus Team is one of a range of teams within the Early Help Partnership. The role of Families First Plus Teams: Support the coordination and development of local partnerships. Provide Advice, Guidance and Support through Community Social Workers and Early Help Co-ordinators.…

Further Education & Careers

Are you unsure about what you want to do or thinking about the future but need a little bit of advice and support to point you in the right direction?  This section will provide you with details of organisations and services who can offer guidance…

Gloucestershire Accessibility Strategy 2015-2018

Gloucestershire County Council (GCC) has a legal duty to prepare an accessibility strategy for the schools and settings for which it is responsible, under the Equality Act (2010). This strategy sets out how the Local Authority will support schools and settings, for which it is…

Gloucestershire Federation of Gloucestershire Colleges

The Federation exists to raise the profile of further education in the county.  Together the colleges provide the county's largest sixth form, and provide learning and training opportunities for many thousands of adults each year.  The Federation is committed to raising common standards for learners,…
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