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Social Media Safety for Children

It is said that children will start to become more independent online around the ages of 8 - 12 years.  With this is mind, it can be useful to start discussions about social media and the safe and proper use of these websites.   Start…

Soft Play, Play Centres and Adventure Farms

A rainy day doesn't have to be a day of boredom in the house, why not pack the kids up and take them to one of the many soft play centres across Lincolnshire. It's a great way for kids to be active even when the…

Special educational needs and disability code of practice: 0-25 years

The 'Special educational needs and disability code of practice: 0 to 25 years' is statutory guidance which came into force on 1 September 2014 and replaces the ‘Special educational needs (SEN): code of practice’ 2001. It applies to England and provides statutory guidance on duties,…

Special educational needs and disability: a guide for parents and carers

The system for supporting children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities changed on the 1st September 2014. The Department for Education have written Special educational needs and disability - a guide for parents and carers, which explains how the system that supports…

Special Provision Capital Fund: Lincolnshire

In March 2017, the Department for Education instructed all Local Authorities to review their provision for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities, in order to ensure that there are sufficient good school places to meet the needs of all pupils. The Government has committed…

Specialist Educational Provision

This page contains links to the many different special schools and academies within Lincolnshire, as well as Independent Training Providers for school leavers and Pre-School Assessment Provision.

Staying Put Arrangement

1. Returning Home 2. Supported Lodgings 3. Staying Put Arrangement 4. Social Housing 5. Private Rent 3. What is the Staying Put Arrangement? A Staying Put arrangement is not the same as a Foster Placement.  You must be a former 'Relevant Child'.  The Staying Put Arrangement…

Staying Safe

1. Transitions 2. Safety Tips 2. How Can I Stay Safe    Learning how to keep yourself safe online in an important life skill. There are tips and advice on how to keep yourself same when you are out and about, at home, at work…

Staying Safe Online Social Media

1. Staying Safe 2. Family Internet Safety 3. Social Media Safety 3.Social Media Safety Children will often start to become more independent online around the ages of 8 - 12 years, and technical maturity and independence is on the rise with the new technologies available. …

Study programmes

Study programmes are publicly-funded programmes of learning for 16 to 19 year olds, or 16 to 25 year olds where the student has a learning difficulty assessment (LDA) or Education, Health and Care plan (EHCP), which are based on a young person’s prior attainment and…
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