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Practitioner Toolkit

The Practitioner Toolkit contains information and tools for issues arising in work with children, young people and families. This page contains resources on concerns which might arise while helping a child or family, organised by topics, linked to searches for local organisations which can support work around…

Provider guidance during Covid-19 (early education funding)

Early education funding for providers - Guidance PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ACCESS TO THIS DOCUMENT WHEN YOU HAVE CLOSED   If you haven’t already, please let us have contact details that we can use whilst you are closed. That way we can check information…

Resources advice & guidance about SEN

Advice about special educational needs 1 Hour Autism & Sensory Issues Online Video Presentation By Paul Isaacs APB Member (link to Youtube video)  

RSE framework and resources for Special Schools

This page contains Relationships and Sex Education content for schools. It includes the RSE framework for Special Schools and additional resources (including the activities based on CLICK). Oxfordshire Special Schools FRAMEWORK for Relationships Education (Primary) and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) (Secondary) This framework was developed…

Special educational needs (SEN)

If your child has a learning disability, their special educational needs (SEN) can be met either in a mainstream school with extra support, or in a special school. If your child has special educational needs, they will be able to access help, called SEN support, from: nurseries or…

Supporting children with autism into adulthood

For a teenager who has autism, growing up to become an adult with autism may have extra, unique challenges beyond those commonly faced by other teens. Families of children with autism will also have to adapt to the changes that being an independent adult with…

Your adopted child's health needs

Children adopted from care will have experienced trauma and loss, even if they were adopted shortly after birth. Some may have additional needs resulting from physical, mental or emotional problems or disabilities. When a possible match is suggested with you and a child, this is…