Support for children aged 0-25 with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Advice & Information

What is a bursary? A bursary is money that you, or your education or training provider can use to pay for things like: clothing, books and other equipment for your course transport and ...
Access to Leisure and Learning is a discount scheme that allows people with disabilities, those on low incomes and those in full-time education (aged 16 years and over) to take part in ...
Starting a new school, or going to school for the first time is an exciting time time for children and their parents/carers, but it is a big change and can ...
An advocate is someone who helps people to make decisions. They are trained to support people to understand situations, based on what's important to the person they are an advocate ...
BCP Council will commission Alternative Provision for pupils who are permanently excluded and for pupils with medical needs or who are emotionally vulnerable and not able to attend mainstream school. ...
If you have a learning disability you can get extra support when you visit your doctor. Ask your doctor to add your name to the learning disability register. You may be ...
Apprenticeships are real jobs, with hands-on experience, a salary and the chance to train while you work. Apprentices are treated just like all the other employees in an organisation, with ...
There are lots of different ways to continue learning and training. Some of the ways that young people can continue to learn and develop new skills does not require them ...
What does “ready to work” mean? It means understanding what types of job would be interesting, knowing how to find a job, and getting the help and advice needed to ...