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  1. International New Arrival Guidance (INA)

    Guidance for supporting international new arrivals into education It is important that all children and young people new to the area are offered educational provision as soon as possible. Access to education is particularly important for children/young people whose families may have relocated to the…
  2. Returning to School in September - FAQ's

    Frequently Asked Questions From the beginning of autumn term, the Department for Education will expect all pupils in all year groups to return to school full time. 1)   What is my school planning for September? Each school is opening in line with Government advice and…
  3. What is a Designated Clinical Officer (DCO)?

    The Designated Clinical Officer (DCO) has a key role in ensuring that there is an awareness and understanding of the SEND Reforms by all of local Health providers of services and supports joined up working between health and local authorities. The DCO has oversight across…
  4. Single Point of Contact (SPOC)

    This document provides information regarding the Single Point of Contact, the Local Offer and a summary of how the needs of children and young people in Middlesbrough are identified and met and information on the current network of support available across education, health and care.…
  5. Increasing Awareness of our Local Offer

    We continue to work hard to raise awareness of the Local Offer across Middlesbrough. We have been reaching out to young people, families and professionals by a variety of means and speaking to as many people as we can. Take a look at the downloads…
  6. Annual Health Checks - Mencap Easy Read

    If you have a learning disability and have joined the learning disability register, you might also be able to have a free Annual Health Check. What is an Annual Health Check? An Annual Health Check is done by your doctor once a year. Your doctor will…
  7. Changing Places - Accessible toilets in Middlesbrough

    Middlesbrough has a number of purpose-built Changing Places toilets for disabled people. Changing Places toilets are bigger than standard wheelchair accessible toilets, which don't provide changing benches or hoists, and are too small to accommodate a wheelchair user and more than one carer. Changing Places toilets are…
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