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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium is an extra sum of money paid directly to schools to help disadvantaged children fulfill their potential.  Pupil Premium also supports children whose parents are in the regular armed forces. To find out more about pupil premium click here

Ready, Steady Go Programme

In healthcare, we use the word transition to describe the process of preparing, planning and moving from children's to adult services. We understand that moving away from a team of professionals that you have been with for many years can be scary but hopefully, by getting…

Registering Plans and Assessments

The local authority, together with partners such as Education, Health and the voluntary and community sectors, must work together to provide a cohesive Early Help offer to support children, young people and their families.  This relies on agencies communicating regularly with one another as we cannot know the extent to which…

Registration Instructions for Practitioners

Registering as user of the Glosfamilies Directory website will enable you to manage your own record/s on the website whenever it is convenient for you, and keep your information up to date.  You will also be able to access confidential or sensitive information that is…

Relationship Support For Parents

When family life is good, children thrive. Find out why relationships between parents matter so much to children, and how to improve your relationship with your partner or ex-partner. Whether you’re together or separated, the way you and your partner communicate can impact on your…

Requesting a EHC Needs Assessment

The Local Authority recommends that anyone wishing to mae a request for an EHC needs assessment for a child/young person, follows the graduated pathway process.  An Education, Health and Care Plan is a statutory plan that has replaced a Statement of SEN.  An EHC Plan…

Resources for Practitioners

Within Gloucestershire we regularly provide training and delopment programmes all of which can be found here.  Simply select Course Type as Practitioner and search  to find out dates and locations of upcoming training 

Resources for working with children and families

These pages are still in development and we would appreciate your contributions and feedback to support this.  Please contact the Early Help Co-ordinators in your locality. Thank you. Direct Work Tools are resources that facilitate the work being undertaken with children and young people and…

Resources to Support Safeguarding

This page is currently under construction - more information will be available shortly. The intention at each stage of the Graduated Pathway is for the needs of the child and family to be met through multi agency support leading to a de-escalation of need and…

Safeguarding Chronology Guidance for Practitioners

Children and young people are most effectively safeguarded when professionals work together and share information.  Locally, we know that when a timeline of significant events (chronologies) from agencies are drawn together for the purpose of case reviews, information emerges that was not known or shared…
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