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Coronavirus - Covid-19 - Support

If you are an essential key worker and are struggling with childcare please click here for additional information 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…

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…

Parenting

Parenting Self Help During these stressful times due to Coronavirus and having your family in isolation, you may be looking for help with setting boundaries and strategies to support with parenting your children.  With this in mind, Triple P Programme have put together 10 Top…

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…

Early Help Funding

Early Help Funding is a small resource of money available across the county to support Lead Practitioners in the community to be creative with commissioning services for children and young people in order to meet short term needs identified in a My Plan or My Plan+.…

Resources to Support Safeguarding

This page is currently under construction - more information will be available shortly. The intention at each stage of the Graduated Pathway is for the needs of the child and family to be met through multi agency support leading to a de-escalation of need and…

Early Help Practice Guidance

This document aims to provide guidance to the whole range of practitioners working with and supporting children, young people and families in Gloucestershire. Early Help is a key element of safeguarding and as such is everyone’s responsibility. While at times it may involve referrals to…

What is the Local Offer?

Gloucestershire County Council has a legal duty to publish a ‘Local Offer’ that lists all the activities, opportunities and support services available to families who have disabled children and young people aged up to 25.  It must include information about education, health and care provision…

Post-16 Education

There are many options available to young people for post 16 education and training.  Providers of post 16 education and training must ensure that they give the right support to their students with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).  Support should be aimed at preparing…
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