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Gloucestershire Federation of Gloucestershire Colleges

The Federation exists to raise the profile of further education in the county.  Together the colleges provide the county's largest sixth form, and provide learning and training opportunities for many thousands of adults each year.  The Federation is committed to raising common standards for learners,…

Gloucestershire's Child Neglect Toolkit

Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. Find out more about the multi-agency child neglect toolkit. The neglect of children and young people is one of the most complex areas of identification and intervention within the child safeguarding field. Gloucestershire Safeguarding Children Board (GSCB) has launched a neglect…

Gloucestershire's Joint Strategy for Children and Young People with Additional Needs, including Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

Gloucestershire's Joint Strategy for Children and Young People with Additional Needs,  including Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) sets out the county's vision to develop and provide services that achieve positive outcomes for children and young people with additional needs.  This strategy has been developed as…

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  

Gloucestershire's Special Provision Fund Allocation

In March 2017 the Department for Education announced that Local Authorities would receive capital funding to support them in creating new places and improve facilities at existing schools for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).  Whilst the funding is expected…

Graduated Pathway Tools, Templates and Support

The Graduated Pathway of Early Help and Targeted Support is our Early Help assessment and planning process which provides an integrated and holistic framework to support all practitioners working with children, young people and families. Applying a graduated approach is about providing the right level…

Guidance Booklet for Practitioners Working with Children and Young People Additional Needs including Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

New guidance for parent carers around support available to help care for children with additional needs during the Covid-19 crisis click here Gloucestershire Guidance booklet for practitioners is now available for you to download to the right of this page. Below we have broken down…

Guidance for Requesting a EHC Needs Assessment

Before submitting a request for an EHC Needs Assessment, practitioners should read the Guidance Notes for EHC Needs Assessment on the downloads sections on this page. Please note, that not every EHC Needs Assessment will lead to an EHC Plan.   The information gathered during the assessment may…

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…
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