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  1. Our Neighbours' Local Offers

    Each Local Authority (LA) has their own Local Offer website. We have tried to include lots of information for you from around the region however there could be some we have missed!  Why not take a look at our surrounding Local Offer websites.
  2. Support Services

    Some children, young people and families may need support with specific difficulties or challenges. You can find information here about council support, local and national support groups in addition to online support. You may also want to get involved with the local Parent Carer Forum.…
  3. Alternative Education Directory of Approved Providers

    The Tees Alternative Education Directory provides a list of organisations providing educational placements, who have at least met the minimum standards set within the Alternative Education tender specification, and agree to framework contractual obligations, both specification and contract available on request. Alternative Education refers to learning…
  4. High Needs Funding for Mainstream Schools

    Mainstream schools can apply for additional High Needs Funding to support young people with Special Educational needs whether they have an EHCP or a SEN Support Plan. Guidance and Step by Step guide available to download. Excel appendices for Provision Map and Headcount will be…
  5. Post 16 - High Needs Funding

    Post 16 education providers can apply for additional funding to help support young people with SEND through the post 16 journey. A student must also be undertaking an approved Study Programme, Supported Internship or Apprenticeship that supports their progression into work or further study, and…
  6. Paying for Childcare

    If you are responsible for a child and using registered childcare, you may be entitled to help with your childcare costs. There is a range of financial assistance available when paying for childcare in the UK, depending on your circumstance.  Details can be found on…
  7. Choosing a Childminder

    Introduction Many Childminders begin childminding when they are parents with young children of their own.  This means many of their skills as carers will come from their own experience as parents, as well as their training.  It is useful to spend some time talking to…
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