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Multi-Agency Training

In order to support Practitioners working with children, young people and their families, there is a wide range of training that is delivered by services within Gloucestershire County Council or community partners.  This multi-agency training can be accessed by both internal and external agencies including early years providers,…

Grants & Charitable Support

There are a wide number of grants and charities to explore that support meeting the identified needs of children and families. These Charities and Voluntary Support Agencies can offer a wide range of services, from providing help with funding household appliances to help with funding…

Lead Practitioner Support

In Gloucestershire, we believe that families are best supported by those who are already working with them, with additional support from local partners arranged as needed. Those who know the children and families are often best placed to open the support with the family but…

Coronavirus - Covid-19 - Support

Gloucestershire County Council have put together some frequently asked questions regarding Free School Meals, School Admissions, Being a critical worker, Early Years and Provider information as well as keeping you aware of Scams - see Frequently Asked Questions section below. As well as the information below, the directory holds…

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…

Gloucestershire's process and templates for Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND)

Click here to view an animated clip (with subtitles) of Gloucestershire's Education, Health and Care Plan pathway  

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…

Level 3 - Intensive (My Plan+)

The child's needs are more complex and require an assessment to understand the range, depth or significance of the needs which may require a more intensive response. At Level 3, a My Plan+ (including a My Assessment) should be used, templates for which can be found in…

Things to do

 What do you like to do outside of school and college?  You will find information in this section about clubs, groups and activities that you may be interested in. Activities have been categorised as 'Targeted' or 'Specialist' to help you customise your search: Targeted activities - open only…
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