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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 Alternatively you can contact The Key on 0800 542 0202 (Freephone) to speak to an advisor. 

Training and Practice Development

If you are looking for training modules to support Graduated Pathway, please click here. In this section there are services offering training for practitioners, either coming to your place of work to train your whole team, or running one off training days that you may wish to…

Transition to Adulthood

This Page Is Under Construction - however in the meantime if you click on 'view all services' you may find information which may be helpful. Post 16 provision is the fundamental step in young people’s journey to adulthood. The Post 16 Education Vision for Gloucestershire is to…

Triple P

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What is Tax-Free Childcare? - Information for practitioners

Tax-Free Childcare is a new Government scheme to help working families with their childcare costs. Parents will be able to open online childcare accounts to pay their registered childcare providers directly. For every £8 parents pay in to these accounts, the Government will add £2,…

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…

What SEN Support can I expect from my child's school?

Gloucestershire County Council wants as many children as possible to attend their local mainstream school within their own community.  Schools are allocated funding for pupils identified with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND).  Gloucestershire County Council expects this funding to be used to provide support…
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