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NHS services - early access to help and health advice

When families, parents or young people are worried about health and wellbeing issues a first approach might be to speak to your GP, Health Visitor, School Nurse, Public Health Nurse or Community Midwife.  There are a number of advice websites and information sheets provided by the NHS on issues such as: Healthy weight (from…

NSPCC - Home Alone

If you are wondering whether it's ok to leave your child at home by themselves, the NSPCC produce really useful information, see the link for information. There is no legal age limit for children to be left alone, but parents can be prosecuted if their…

Nursery Education Funding - guide to 15 hours funded education for all 3 and 4 year olds

Understanding Funding for 3 and 4 Year Olds Funded early years places are available for three and four year old children from the term after their 3rd birthday, for up to 15 hours a week. Child's Birthday                      Funding Entitlement starts 1 January to 31 March              Summer…

Ofsted and CQC Joint local area SEND inspection in Gloucestershire

A Joint Ofsted and CQC local area SEND Inspection was carried out in Gloucestershire in June 2016, to judge the effectiveness of the local area in implementing the special educational needs and disability reforms as set out in the Children and Families Act 2014. Inspectors spoke with…

On Line Help

Click Relationships A secure online space. Share with the community, get private support or read expert articles to strengthen your relationship with your partner or ex.  Click here to access site Sorting out separation Help with relationship break-down.  Click here to access site

On Line Resources

  You can find more information and evidence about parental conflict on the EIF Reducing Parental Conflict Hub.

Parental Relationship Support

Why Relationships Matter Children can be negatively affected where conflict between their parents is frequent, intense and poorly resolved. But, we can make a difference. Where parents are supported to improve their relationship, they are often able to make positive changes that benefit their children.…

Parenting

Parenting Being a parent isn’t always easy which is why the Glosfamilies Directory is here to help.  There are a wide range of organisations available both across Gloucestershire and nationally, who provide advice and support to families and/or those professionals working with them. Searching by keyword…

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…

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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