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Early Help Offer and Safeguarding

COVID 19 – The majority of services available through the Early Help Offer remain open for phone or online support instead of home visits or face-to-face meetings. If you require support from a service listed here, please contact the service directly to find out more…

Starting Nursery or Reception class

Nursery Class Children can take up a free, part-time place in a nursery class from the September after their third birthday.  The application forms are available in January each year and you have until the beginning of May to submit your application directly to the…

COVID-19 Online resources for home learning - Updated 2.7.20

A number of high quality and subject matter expert approved resources are still available for free for parents to keep the learning going at home whilst schools gradually reopen.     This list of subject-specific resources for:   English   Maths   Science   PE   Wellbeing   Special educational needs and disability (SEND)    These resources…

Activities

Looking for something to keep your child amused during isolation? Here are some of the resources and online activities you can use: Fun things to do Is your child under 5? then don't miss out on the Children's Centres live online sessions Rhythm and Rhyme…

Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships combine practical training in a job with study. As an apprentice you’ll: work alongside experienced staff gain job-specific skills earn a wage and get holiday pay get time for study related to your role (usually one day a week) Apprenticeships take 1 to 5…

Sexual Abuse

An example of sexual abuse would be where a child has been forced to take part in sexual activities or in the taking of rude photos. There is help, advice and support available to people with concerns about child sexual abuse. Local support groups and…

Domestic Violence

Domestic violence can come in many forms. It is rarely a one off incident and it is not only about being physically or sexually abused. You may be subject to more subtle attacks, such as constant breaking of trust, isolation, psychological games and harassment. Emotional…