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Tax Advice for Childminders

A webinar has been designed especially for childminders and you’ll be able to learn more about the business expenses you can claim tax relief on, including:  start-up costs  day to day food and drink  replacing equipment  wear and tear on uniforms. Wednesday 13 September - 7pm to 8pm.  To…

Tax Advice for Foster Carers

This guide will let you know what you need to do about tax and National Insurance issues when you are a self-employed foster carer. If you have questions about tax and National Insurance, the HMRC have a free e-learning course to guide you through with…

Tell us what you think

We welcome your feedback about Gloucestershire's Local Offer.  This includes feedback if you cannot find a service or the information that you are looking for.  Your comments can be sent by email to sendlocaloffer@gloucestershire.gov.uk. Alternatively you can contact The Key on 0800 542 0202 (Freephone) to speak to an advisor. 

Things to do

Following Government Guidelines no events or activities will be running until further notice.  Key workers who are looking for Childcare should click here   What do you like to do outside of school and college?  You will find information in this section about clubs, groups and…

Training and Support for Practitioners

In this section there is training information and professional support for your work with children and families. Time is a precious commodity and spending some with other professionals to develop our practice can be a useful resource. There are Newsletters sent to practitioners with countywide…

Transition to Adulthood

Post 16 provision is the fundamental step in young people’s journey to adulthood. The Post 16 Education Vision for Gloucestershire is to "ensure that there is a sustainable and responsive post 16 system which provides the skills and experience to enable young people to become independent, to…

Travel and Transport

If your child has complex health needs, or disabilities, they may require additional support to help them get around in the community.  This could be help to get to and from school, to attend health appointments or access leisure activities in the evenings or at weekends.  You can…

Understanding Children and Families' Lived Experiences

This page is currently under construction - more information will be available shortly. This section provides practitioners with resources to help build a picture of what life is like for the child/young person (CYP). It is important for the practitioner to understand from a CYP’s…

Understanding Feelings and Emotions

This section provides practitioners with resources to help the child/young person (CYP) express their feelings and emotions to an adult with whom they have a trusted relationship. At times it is difficult to name the emotions being felt and talk about how they can make…

Using the Graduated Pathway of Early Help and Support

The Graduated Pathway of Early Help and Targeted Support is Gloucestershire’s Early Help assessment and planning process which provides support to practitioners working with children, young people and families. Applying a graduated approach allows the provision of the right level of support at the right…
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