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Playgroups

Playgroups are registered and inspected by Ofsted. They care for children aged 2-4 in a group environment. Children are looked after by qualified staff. Sessions last for approximately 3 hours either morning or afternoon. Snacks are often provided. Playgroups must meet the standards and learning…

Post 16

The Council for Disabled Children (CDC) in partnership with the Department for Education has produced a series of fact sheets, films and posters designed to help children and young people understand some of the key themes of the new SEND reforms. There has been an…

Post-16 - Council for Disabled Children (CDC)

The Council for Disabled Children (CDC) in partnership with the Department for Education has produced a series of fact sheets, films and posters designed to help children and young people understand some of the key themes of the new SEND reforms. There has been an important change in the…

Provision of Equipment for Children and Young People With SEND

  Specialist equipment is available for children and young people with a disability or additional needs, both with or without an Education Health and Care (EHC) plan.    Equipment is essential for some children and young people to live their life within their community, home or…

School Exclusions Hub

Just for Kids Law, a member of the Special Educational Needs Consortium CDC chairs, have launched a new Exclusions Hub.   It contains accessible information, support, advice and guidance regarding the process and practice of school exclusions and how to challenge.   Here you can find…

School Transition Planning Support Tool

The City of Wolverhampton Council and NHS partners have developed this transition tool to support the school transition of pupils who have Education, Health and Care Plans during this time. Transition during the coronavirus pandemic is presenting new challenges as educational settings and families work…

Schools

Here you will find out more information on education and schools.

Schools Accessibility Strategy

Educational performance is greatly improved in the City of Wolverhampton. We are incredibly proud of the achievements of the children and young people of our City. Effective education provision is viewed as a key factor in ensuring that Wolverhampton grows and thrives as a City…

Screening & Immunisations

Screening can detect a problem early before you have any symptoms. Finding out about a problem early can mean that treatment is more effective. Finding out you have a health problem or are at increased risk of developing a health problem, can help you make better…

SEN Provision Matrix Values 2020-21

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