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Grants

The Family Information Service have put together information on organisations that can offer grants to support families.   Page reviewed December 2021

Childcare for Children with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities in Reading

OFSTED registered childcare, is available in Reading for children with special educational needs and or disabilities (SEND).  Reviewed September 2021

Dad's Information

This page is an information resource specifically designed for dads containing useful websites and other information. If you would like to see more information included here, please email us at fis@reading.gov.uk Dad Info has been developed in partnership with Fathers Direct and aims to give all…

SEND - Family Finance

Family Finance aims to inform and educate families, leading to their greater financial well-being and consequent improvements in lifestyle. At a time of huge change to the benefits system, the organisations listed below will help provide a much needed source of free, confidential, high-quality and…

SEND Employment

Employment Leaving school and moving into adult life can be an exciting and challenging time for young people and their parents, with lots of changes and choices to be made about the future. If your son or daughter has a special educational need and/or disability,…

Apprenticeships & Traineeships

These are available to young people from 16 years plus, they are an alternative to staying in further or higher education, however they continue to learn new skills and gain qualifications.   Page reveiwed January 2022

SEND - Support in school and further education

Children and young people with SEND may find it harder to learn than most children of the same age.  Some children will need extra or different help from that given to others of the same age. If you think your child may have special educational needs, speak…

Reading Schemes

Time to Read Helping your child get off to a good start with reading when they first start school is very important. Each year the Government supports this national scheme by giving a copy of a well known children's book to 4-5 year olds soon…

Safeguarding vulnerable adults and children

Safeguarding means looking out for and trying to protect others in our community who are vulnerable, or may be at risk of harm. If you think that someone is at risk, you must raise an alarm. Everyone can make a difference. Abuse can be: Physical…