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Peer Support Groups

Peer Support groups provide a dedicated space for professionals working within and across schools to come together once a term to share good practice and tools to work effectively with children and their families. The group provides space for problem solving and an important opportunity…

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…

Multi-Agency Training

This page is currently under construction.  Further information will be available shortly.  

Working Together to Support Children and Families

"If children and families are to receive the right help at the right time, everyone who comes into contact with them has a role to play in identifying concerns, sharing information and taking prompt action". (Keeping Children Safe in Education, HM Government September 2019). Children…

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…

Hate Crime reporting in Gloucestershire

Any incident, which may or may not constitute a criminal offence, which is perceived by the victim or any other person, as being motivated by hostility or prejudice. (College of Policing, 2014: 3) Gloucestershire has developed a Hate Crime Strategy to support victims of hate…

ICON - Babies Cry, You Can Cope

What is abusive head trauma? ‘Shaken Baby Syndrome’ Child Abuse Catastrophic injuries: Bleeds in the brain and behind eyes Fractures Babies can be shaken, thrown or hit It affects approximately 24 of every 100,000 babies admitted to hospital each year Research suggests 1 in 9…

Gloucestershire Autism Services

We are a group of parents who each have autistic children. We belong to an organisation called the Autism Network Group that works to improve services for autistic people and their families in Gloucestershire.  Parents have often said how hard it has been to find…

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…

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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