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  • Integrated Early Help Strategy

    Early Help refers both to Help in the early years of a child’s life. This is when the important building blocks of a child’s future development are laid and also Help throughout a child’s, young person’s and family’s life. This is to help as soon…

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  • Early Years Foundation Stage

    How do we review children’s progress in the early years? Most children from birth to five will progress through developmental stages at their own rates and in their own ways. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework sets standards for the learning, development and care…

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  • Portage in Liverpool

    Portage in Liverpool   It is still early days and this area of work is still in development therefore we are currently not able to offer 'Portage' to families at this time however we are developing the 'Portage Model' and additional information about what is…

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  • What does a Health Visitor Do?

    What does a health visitor do? Your health visitor helps you to learn about being a parent, and supports you in your job of raising a healthy and happy child. You may first see your health visitor towards the end of your pregnancy. That's a…

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  • Complaints

    How to make a Complaint Early Years Providers and Schools Early Years All registered childcare providers have to have a complaints procedure. For childcare provision that is registered with Ofsted any concerns should first be raised with the manager or provider. For complaints in writing…

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  • Disability Discrimination Claims

    Disability Discrimination Claims Parents of disabled children and disabled young people in school can make disability discrimination claims to the Tribunal if they believe that they have been discriminated against by schools or local authorities where they are the responsible body for a school. The…

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  • Mediation and Disagreement Resolution Services

    Disagreement Resolution Service This service has been commissioned  to help parents  and young people to resolve: disagreements about any part of special educational needs provision for the child or young person disagreements relating to the health and social care parts of the Education, Health and…

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  • Flu Advice for Pregnant Women and 2-4 year olds

    Seasonal Flu Information for Organisations who work with pregnant women and/or parents and carers of 2-4 year olds Background For most people, flu is unpleasant, but not life-threatening. However, flu can be serious for some people at greater risk. We want to get the message…

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  • Support for Children and Young People Moving Between Phases of Education

    Support for children and young people moving between phases of education. Transition from an early years setting to school and from primary school to secondary school and then to further education is a vulnerable time for all children and young people but especially for those…

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  • Support for Children / Young People with SEN Leaving Custody

    Support for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities released from custody. All young people who are released from custody are subject to a period of supervision on licence by the Youth Offending Service (YOS). In Liverpool, the Youth Offending Service has…

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