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Home and Hospital Teaching Policy Statement 2019

This provision is currently delivered by River Tees Multi-Academy Trust (RTMAT) on behlaf of Middlesbrough Council. The SEND and Vulnerable Learners Service is responsible for maintaining oversight of the Home and Hospital teaching service delivery. The Home and Hospital teaching service in Middlesbrough is provided…

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…

Middlesbrough Schools List

Parents asked if we could provide them with an easy link to the Middlesbrough schools with their contact details. You can download and print the list of Middlesbrough Schools here This includes primary and secondary schools (mainstream and special schools) and notes if a mainstream school…

Middlesbroughs EHCP Template

We have developed in consultation with parents, schools and our health and social care colleagues our Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) template document. You can view dowload this template document from the bottom right hand-side of this page. You can also find copy of the Middlesbrough EHCP…

OFSTED

Who we are and what we do Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills. We report directly to Parliament and we are independent and impartial. We inspect and regulate services which care for children and young people, and those providing education…

Online School Admissions

Parents in Middlesbrough can apply for their child's Reception and Y7 school place on the Internet.  For more information and to apply

Preparing for Work: Support for People with Disabilities

There is a wide range of support available for the long-term sick, and for those with disabilities, to help progress towards employment. The attached information is a flavour of the support available through the Department for Work and Pensions. Further information can be obtained by…

Primary School Admissions

Children start primary school full-time in the academic year in which they turn five years of age. The first class they will attend is called the reception class. The following classes are called year 1 through to year 6. You can apply for a primary school place online.…

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…

School Admissions: A Guide for Parents

This booklet aims to help you if your child is starting school for the first time, moving from primary to secondary education, transferring from one school to another or if you are new to the area. It describes admission arrangements for our primary and secondary…