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There are thousands of unpaid carers in County Durham providing care or support to a relative, neighbour or friend. Most people who are carers don't see themselves as carers, but as husbands, wives, partners, parents, sons, daughters, siblings or friends. Caring for someone can involve…
We are a busy, friendly primary and nursery school in Shotton Colliery near Peterlee. We are a large welcoming school that serves our local communities of Haswell and Shotton Colliery.
0191 526 2006
Ribbon Academy - is a special place, unique in County Durham and indeed the whole of the country. Identified as Outstanding by Ofsted in 2010, this visually stunning building, opened in 2006, hosts the school, Ribbon Daycare, Ribbon Family Centre and One Point. Boys and…
0191 517 5900
We are a Community Primary and Nursery School for children aged 3-11 years. We have developed strong links with the Childcare Centre and work very closely with them. This is to forge close family links and support the children from a very early age. Our aim is in partnership with parents to…
01429 820 594
Carers services can help people who look after someone with a special educational need or disability. Sometimes these people are called carers. Carers who live (or look after someone who lives) in County Durham, can contact Durham County Carers Support who can offer you: information…
Breathe Easy groups provide support and information for people living with a lung condition, and for those who look after them.We hold regular group meetings, usually monthly. You can meet and talk to others, share your experiences and learn from each other. Regular speakers can…
03000 030 555
Choosing a school is a big decision. You will want an environment where you can be happy, safe and able to learn and develop. We have different types of schools including: Mainstream schools (academies and maintained schools) In County Durham, nearly all children and young people…
This page provides information about mainstream schools' provision for children with special education needs. The majority of children with special educational needs will have their needs met in their local mainstream school. Some children will need to attend some specialist provision to have their needs…
Most children with special educational needs do not need a statutory assessment.  Their needs are identified and the right provision is made by the school. In County Durham, head teachers in mainstream schools and staff in colleges have been asked to produce a SEN Support…

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