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Ofsted Inspections of Childminder & Childcare Providers

If you would like to read the latest Ofsted Early Years Inspection Reports for childminders or childcare providers, click here.

Parenting

Being a parent isn’t always easy which is why the glosfamiliesdirectory is here to help.  There are a wide range of organisations available both across Gloucestershire and nationally, who provide advice and support to families and/or those professionals working with them. Searching by keyword will…

A Parents' Guide to Mobile Phone & Internet Safety

Download our free guide on how to keep the family safe while using mobile phones and the internet.

Post-16 Education

The amount and type of support that a student needs will vary greatly according to their individual needs and the courses they have selected to study as a full or part time student.  It is anticipated that the majority of learners' needs will have been…

Preparing For Adulthood

Growing up and becoming an adult is known as Preparing for Adulthood or PfA for short.  There are 4 areas of PfA which are improtant for everyone growing up.  These are: Training, employment or getting a job Independent living Having friends and being part of…

Primary schools - access to early help and advice

Schools can be a good starting point if parents, carers or families are concerned about their child.  The information below has been composed by Gloucestershire primary schools for you. Most primary schools and their partners would be able to offer you direct support, advice or information on where…

Priority Service Register

Many people don't realise that each utility provider has a Priority Service Register. If you are a vulnerable person, perhaps due to illness, disability or age, or if you care for a vulnerable person, you can sign up for free to the Priority Service Registers…

Ready, Steady Go Programme

In healthcare, we use the word transition to describe the process of preparing, planning and moving from children's to adult services. We understand that moving away from a team of professionals that you have been with for many years can be scary but hopefully, by getting…

REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRACTITIONERS

The new responsive directory is now available and as a practitioner, you will notice that there is an area specifically aimed at holding Information for Practitioners.  In this area there will be many resources which you may find helpful when working with families, or if you…

Requesting an EHC Needs Assessment

The Local Authority recommends that anyone wishing to make a request for an EHC needs assessment for a child/young person, follows the graduated pathway process.  If an EHC needs assessment is required, this process will ensure that the necessary evidence is collated to support the request.…
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