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County Psychological Services

What do Educational Psychologists do? The County Psychological Service works within Children's Services and makes its distinctive contribution through applying psychology to help people solve problems and improve learning.  This may be at an individual level where young people are having difficulty at school.  It…

Cumbria Careers Information Advice and Guidance - Inspira

On behalf of Cumbria County Council Inspira provides careers information advice and guidance for young people with an EHCP from year 9 upwards. We work closely with schools and colleges to support transition planning, the help we provide is bespoke and tailored to meet individual…

Cumbria Children's Centres

Children's Centre Services in Cumbria are delivered through commissioned arrangements with Third Sector Providers via Child and Family Support (0 to 19) contracts.  To view all Children's Centres please follow the tab on the right-hand side headed View all Service Providers in this category.  The…

Cumbria Holiday Activity Programme

All the activities are free for children who receive benefits-related Free School Meals and other eligible children in particular circumstances, and they will also receive a lunchtime meal. Some activities are available to all children, but there may be a cost - please check the…

Cumbria Libraries Local Studies Resources

Illustrations:  The main local studies libraries have collections of illustrations. Kendal Library has a substantial illustrations collection covering Kendal and Westmorland. The Kendal collection includes the Geoffrey Berry Photographic Archive which is characterised by a strong emphasis on landscape and the environment during the 1960s and 1970s,…

Cumbria Youth Offending Service

Cumbria Youth Offending Service is one of 155 Youth Offending Teams (YOTs) in England and Wales. At a national level, the Youth Justice Board has a statutory duty to monitor the effectiveness of the youth justice system and give advice to ministers. In order to…

Cumbria's Continuous SEND Improvement Plan

A key change to our approach to ensure continuous improvement remains a key part of our focus. Since the joint Ofsted/CQC inspection of SEND services in 2019 highlighted specific areas for improvement, Cumbria’s SEND Partnership, which includes Cumbria County Council, local NHS health partners and…

Cumbria's SEND Handbook - January 2022

The SEND Handbook is a public document designed to provide guidance to schools and settings, parents, professionals and children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) about how we intend to meet responsibilities for identifying and addressing SEN in Cumbria: SEND Handbook…

Cumbria's SEND Local Offer

The Local Offer is the central information point for families with children and young people aged up 25 years with special educational needs and/or disabilities.   Are you a service or organisation?  Get listed for Free.....    SEND Support  Groups                   …
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