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Post 16 Education and Training

All young people must be in some form of education or training until the age of 18 years old.  However, after the age of 16 this does not have to be in a school. Options after GCSE’s staying in education at a sixth form or…

Problems At School

If you need to make a complaint about something that has happened at school, please follow the school's complaints procedure.  Every school in England must have a complaints procedure which should be published on the school's website.  It will inform you what kind of complaints the school will deal…

Public Health 5 to 19 Information and Training

Long-term Health Conditions We need to ensure that all children and young people with medical conditions, in terms of both physical and mental health are properly supported in school so that they can play a full and active role in school life, remain healthy and…

Ready Steady Go - Transition out of Children's Services to Adults

<< Go Back Transition to adult care: Ready Steady GoReady Steady Go is all about the transition of moving on from children’s services to adult services. The word transition describes the process of preparing, planning and moving you to adult services in a way you…

Resources and Information from the Preparation for Adulthood Virtual Fair 2021

We hope you enjoyed this year's Fair and found it useful.  We know in Cumbria that the process of preparation for adulthood has not always gone well for young people with SEND. Improving that experience is an aim of the county's SEND Improvement programme . …

Resources for Parents and Prospective Parents

Finding information available to parents and prospective parents can be a minefield, below are some useful links and documents to help. Useful documents Parents Guide to Choosing Childcare [PDF 1,810KB] Is it legal? - A Family Guide to Law  [PDF 926KB] Statutory Framework for the Early…
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