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Where to go for help and advice (health matters)

On this page you will find some useful information on where to go for help and advice, including details of services available, related guidance pages and quick links to helpful websites.

Twins and multiple births

So you have just found out you are having twins or more?  First of all - don't panic.  We have the low down on what to expect and how to make sure you have an enjoyable pregnancy and beyond.   For more information please look at…

Housing and homelessness

On this page you will find some useful information on Housing and homelessness, including details of services available, related guidance pages and quick links to helpful websites.

Childminder Agencies

Childminder Agencies are registered with Ofsted and recruits, trains and supports the childminders registered with the agency. Therefore childminders are registered with the agency rather than direct with Ofsted and the agency will provide the following support: ensure a childminder’s suitability, including, where appropriate their…

Unregistered tutors

Parents and carers may employ a tutor for their child or children for a variety of reasons: to help with their school work; to improve their grades; to learn a musical instrument; other extracurricular activity (e.g. sports coaching and drama); accompaniment on musical instruments. You…

Special schools

Go to the link below for information on special schools and other specialist support available for SEND children and young people: Education Local SEND Offers, Specialist and Support Services

Parenting Classes

Parenting can be challenging but it can also be fun, rewarding, wonderful and exciting. There is something really special about being a mum or a dad, but there is not a set 'how to parent' guide. However, there are strategies you can try to counteract…

Nursery education

Free Early Education for Three and Four Year Olds All three and four year olds are entitled to 15 hours of free early education a week term time until they either go into reception or reach compulsory school age (the term following their fifth birthday).…

Families Information Services (FISs)

On this page you will find some useful information on Family Information Services (FISs), including details of services available, related guidance pages and quick links to helpful websites. If, however, you can't find what you're looking for or you know of services that should be…

Further and higher education

Further or higher education is about your child taking their education to the next level and fulfilling their potential. As well as opening up new career options, higher education means opportunities to meet new people and take part in a wide range of social and…
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