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Resolving disagreements about an Education Health and Care Plan (Local Offer)

Mediation, Disagreement Resolution and Appeals  Where you disagree with a decision made by Peterborough City Council in relation to an Education Health and Care needs assessment or Education Health and Care Plan there is a statutory process which can be initiated and followed to resolve…

Community Information (Adults)

On this area of the Peterborough Information Network you can find links to lots of useful information in the community. You can also find information on the Getting Out and About pages.

Early Years & Childcare

Early Years and Childcare Early years education provides children with an ideal opportunity to build on the knowledge they bring from home. It helps children become more independent and to make friends. In these early years settings, children can choose from a wide range of…

Decision Making Panels (Local Offer)

Decision Making Panels Peterborough City Council has panels for making decisions. The panels decide how best to use the resources of the council to support children and young people. The panels are: Special Educational Needs (SEN) Panel Early Support Pathway Joint Agency Support Panel Short…

Preparing for Adulthood - Good Health (Local Offer)

Preparing for adulthood For young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND), planning for adulthood begins in Year 9 (the school year in which a child has their 14th birthday), and in some cases will continue until their 25th birthday.  We often call this…

Getting Help (Local Offer)

How to get help Looking for EHCP information?  Go to our Assessment and Education Health and Care Plans webpage Welcome to Peterborough's SEND Information Hub (Local Offer). SEND means special educational needs and/or disabilities. The SEND Hub has information for children and young people with SEND…

Educational Psychology Service (Local Offer)

Educational Psychology Service The Educational Psychology Service is for children and young people aged 0 to 25. The Educational Psychologists (EPs) are all registered with the Health Care Professions Council. They have specialist training and qualifications in Child Development, Psychology and Education. Educational Psychologists give…

Targeted Support (Local Offer)

Targeted Support Targeted Support (which used to be called Early Help) is the support we give to children, young people and their families. The families have needs that aren't met by universal services. These are services that are available to everyone, like health and education. When…

Disability Social Care Childrens Direct Payments (Local Offer)

Disability Social Care Direct Payments for Children and Young People 0 – 18  Direct Payments are a flexible way of organising and managing support. If your child or young adult is eligible for support from the Disability Social Care 0-25 Service you can ask for Direct Payments.…

Benefits of breastfeeding

Benefits of breastfeeding It's never too early to start thinking about how you're going to feed your baby. But you do not have to make up your mind until your baby is born. your breast milk is perfectly designed for your baby breast milk protects…