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Transport

This section includes information for young people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disability (SEND) about:

Transport

1. Transitions 2. Transport 2. Transport   Applying for Transport - Post 16 If an exceptional transport need has been identified, transport will automatically be put in place via a referral from the caseworker and you will not need to apply. If no exceptional transport…

Treatment and Support for Grief, Loss and Bereavement

1. Emotional Health and Wellbeing 2. Grief, Loss and Bereavement                  3. How Can I Help Myself Cope with Grief, Loss and Bereavement 4. Information on Treatment Support for Grief, Loss, and Bereavement     4. Support for Grief, Loss…

Treatment and Support for Low Resilience

1. Emotional Health and Wellbeing 2. Low Resilience                   3. How Can I Help Myself Cope with Low Resilience 4. Information on Treatments and Support for Low Resilience     4. Support for Low Resilience There are a range…

Treatment and Support for Suicidal Thoughts

1. Emotional Health and Wellbeing 2. Feeling Suicidal         3. How Can I Help Myself Cope With Suicidal Feelings 4. Treatment and Support for Ongoing Suicidal Thoughts     4. Treatment and Support for Ongoing Suicidal Thoughts  Where you are able to keep…

TV License

1. Rent 2. Council Tax 3. Electricity and Gas 4. Water 5. Oil 6. TV License 7. Home Insurance 8. Food 9. Mobile Phones 10. Car 11. Internet and Home Phone 6. What is a TV License? You can pay every year, once every 4…

Understanding Payslips

1. Careers and Employment 2. Understanding Payslips 2. What is a payslip? When you start work or an apprenticeship you will receive a payslip.  All employees — casual, part-time, apprentices, and full-time — are entitled to an individual, detailed written payslip, either when or before you…

Understanding Payslips

1. Full time work 2. Part time work 3. Understanding payslips 4. National Insurance 5. P45 and P60 explained 6. Income tax 7. Tax codes - what are they? 8. Pension 9. Getting a job 3. What is a payslip? When you start work or…

Universal Credit

1. Child Tax Credit 2. Housing Benefit 3. Income Support 4. Jobseekers Allowance (JSA) 5. Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) 6. Working Tax Credits 7. Universal Credit 8. Benefit Cap 7. Universal Credit  Universal Credit is for people of working age, and it is replacing…

Universal Jobmatch

Universal Jobmatch is an online service that everyone with access to the Internet can use in order to help them find jobs and review skills for different roles. You do not need to register to use the service but doing so will allow you to…
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