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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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SEN Support and EHCPs - guidance on levels of difficulty and provision

The following provides guidance on the Levels of Difficulty and Provision expected for Settings/Schools/Colleges and Post-16 Providers with reference to the SEND Code of Practice (July 2014) and the School Funding Reform (April 2013). This guidance is under review by the schools forum high needs funding…

SEND - Advice and Support

The Information, Advice and Support Service “Impartial and confidential information, advice and support on matters relating to a child or young person's special educational needs or disability from birth to 25 years” Each local authority must provide for children and young people with SEND (and…

SEND - Care

Information on special educational needs and disabilities care There are a range of services including support services available for disabled children and young adults aged up to 25 years. Children and adults who are carers can also find out about support available.   For more information…

SEND - Care: What about money?

This section provides links to information on the financial support and charges that may apply when accessing services. There are five information and advice pages which contain specific information about a range of personal budgets, financial aid and benefits which you may be entitled to.…

SEND - Care: Where can I find out about support services? Home Start Wolverhampton

Home-Start Wolverhampton Many parents need help, friendship, advice and support during those early years when children are young. If you have one child under five then we can help. Home-Start Wolverhampton Coordinators recruit and train parent volunteers to offer support and friendship to other parents…

SEND - Care: Who can help me? Report Adult Abuse

If you are, or you suspect someone is, being abused call us on 01902 551199 during open hours or 01902 552999 for emergency out of hours. If immediate action is needed dial 999. It is better to report abuse over the phone so that our…

SEND - Childcare Services : Childcare Sufficiency Assessment

Since April 1, 2008, local authorities have had a duty to secure sufficient childcare to enable parents to work, or undertake education and training leading to work. To fulfil this duty, Wolverhampton City Council must ensure that the childcare available meets the needs of parents,…
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