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My Child has additional needs, what does this mean and what can I do?

All children can have additional needs at some time in their lives.  These needs could arise as a result of family circumstances, changes to living situations, cultural differences, health and medical concerns, disability, loss or bereavement.  Circumstances such as these can have an impact on…

My Journey

‘My Journey’ is a tool for practitioners to aid direct work with children and young people to hear their voice in assessment and planning. The templates, designed by Ambassadors, are for children and young people who have a care plan, a child protection plan, or…

My Journey

‘My Journey’ is a tool for practitioners to aid direct work with children and young people to hear their voice in assessment and planning. The templates, designed by Ambassadors, are for children and young people who have a care plan, a child protection plan, or…

My Plan

A My Plan should be used where it is known what the needs are, what the impact is likely to be and who or what may be able to help. The Progress Chart (previously referred to as a Family Radar) is to help measure improvements over time…

My Profile

'My Profile’ templates come in a range of styles to appeal to different tastes and age groups.  Children and young people are free to choose the template that most appeals to themWhen using forms for electronic completion, you will need to download the "My profile..." document…

My Progress Chart

The main purpose of Progress Charts (previously referred to as a Family Radar) is to help measure improvements over time and provide a visual representation to the child/young person/parent/carer.  You can use the Progress Charts with a My Plan or My Assessment and My Plan +…

NHS services - early access to help and health advice

When families, parents or young people are worried about health and wellbeing issues a first approach might be to speak to your GP, Health Visitor, School Nurse, Public Health Nurse or Community Midwife.  There are a number of advice websites and information sheets provided by the NHS on issues such as: Healthy weight (from…

Notification of Early Help

The local authority, together with partners across Education, Health, Care, Police, Housing and the voluntary & community sectors must work together to provide a cohesive Early Help offer to children and their families but we cannot know the extent to which agencies are providing Early…

Nursery Education Funding - guide to 15 hours free for all 3 and 4 year olds

Understanding Funding for 3 and 4 Year Olds Funded free early years places are available for three and four year old children from the term after their 3rd birthday, for up to 15 hours a week. Child's Birthday                      Funding Entitlement starts 1 January to 31…

Ofsted and CQC Joint local area SEND inspection in Gloucestershire

A Joint Ofsted and CQC local area SEND Inspection was carried out in Gloucestershire in June 2016, to judge the effectiveness of the local area in implementing the special educational needs and disability reforms as set out in the Children and Families Act 2014. Inspectors spoke with…
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