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  1. What Is A Supported Internship?

    What are Supported Internships? Supported internships are a structured study programme based primarily at an employer. They enable young people aged 16-24 with a statement of SEN, or an Education, Health and Care plan to achieve sustainable paid employment by equipping them with the skills…
  2. Independent Travel Training

    Independent Travel Training Independent Travel Training supports young people with SEN and additional needs to travel independently to and from their place of education. Travel Trainers help young people using this service to gain the confidence and skills they need to make the journeys safely…
  3. Routes Into Work

    What is this guide about? This guide provides information about options for young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to help them move into paid employment. Find out about Study programmes, Supported internships, Traineeships, Apprenticeships and Access to Work. Download the Guide from…
  4. NSPCC Talk Pants

    The NSPCC are helping parents and carers talk to their children about staying safe from sexual abuse.  Our suite of Talk PANTS materials featuring Pantosaurus, our friendly pant-wearing dinosaur, are designed to simplify the conversation and make it as easy as possible for parents to…
  5. Child Benefit

    Child Benefit is a tax-free payment that you can claim for your children. It is usually paid every four weeks but in some cases can be paid weekly.  The payment can be claimed by anyone who qualifies, whatever their income or savings.  Who can get…
  6. Talking about Alcohol & Drug Treatment

    Attached (see download below) is a useful tool from the Children's Society to use with young people to help them understand parental drug use.This booklet is aimed at children and young people aged 10–14, but it can be adapted to suit the child or young person you…
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