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0-25 Disability Social Care (Local Offer)

0-25 Disability Social Care Children and young people with disabilities have the same rights as others.  We want to make sure that they and their families have the social care information, guidance and support, where needed, to help them meet their potential. Every child, young person…

30 hours free childcare for working families

So what is the free childcare deal? In a nutshell, many working parents of 3 to 4-year-olds in England will be eligible for 30 hours of free childcare - rather than the current 15 hours. But the first thing you need to know is that…

Accessibility statement for the Peterborough Information Network website

This page provides details of our accessibility statement for the Peterborough Information network

Appropriate Provision Education and Inclusion service

The Appropriate Provision Education and Inclusion Service seek to improve the educational outcomes for vulnerable students aged 5 -16 years. Working with early years settings, primary schools, secondary schools, and appropriate provision providers the service provides support to:  promote inclusion  reduce exclusion  quality assure Appropriate…

Are you hoping to go to college (Local Offer)

Hoping to go to college? This page has information for SEND young adults who are transitioning or preparing for transition to college. What help is available? Ask your school or college SENCO and careers advisers about how they can help you decide on: Which course Which college…

Assessment and Education, Health and Care plans (Local Offer)

Assessment and Education Health and Care Plans The SEND Code of Practice 2015 is very clear in its advice that the majority of children and young people with SEN or disabilities will have their needs met within local early years settings, schools or post 16…

Autism (Local Offer)

Autism Autism or Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) is a term used to describe a group of lifelong, neurodevelopmental conditions marked by how a person with autism interacts socially, how they communicate and patterns of restricted, stereotyped or repetitive behaviour they may have. It is a…

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…

Children and Families website page list

A list of all the pages on the Children and Families website Pages on the list are clickable.  Advice & Support - Search results Clubs, Activities & Sports - Search results Early Help Early Years & Childcare Health & Social Care - Search results Peterborough…

Common Health Concerns (Local Offer)

Common Health Concerns This page includes information on a range of common concerns that parent carers may have about their child.