Articles on Family Information Services (177)

  1. NHS Long Term Plan

    Here are some additional resources that have been made available following the publication of the NHS Long Term Plan.  These include: NHS Long Term Plan - Easy read version A five minute video explaining provisions for learning disability and autism, featuring NHS England representatives Aaron…
  2. Non Maintained Independent Special Schools

    Introduction The Education Act 1993 requires the Secretary of State to produce a Code of Practice to guide local authorities (LAs) and governing bodies of maintained schools on their responsibilities towards children with special educational needs.  This information is provided to parents during the assessment…
  3. Nursery Schools & Classes

    Nursery School and Classes are open term time only, please see below to find out more. For infor mation on day nurseries visit our advice & guidance page Nurseries .   Next review date June 2024
  4. Oak Tree School

    Oak Tree School c/o Maiden Erlegh TrustSilverdale Road, Earley, Reading RG6 7HS A colaboration between Brighter Futures for Children (BFfC) Reading & Wokingham Borough Council. Oak Tree School is an exciting collaborative project which will provide a safe and happy learning environment for 150 learners…
  5. Offending Behaviour

    The Family Information Service has sourced the following organisations who can offer information and support for families and individuals who are experiencing behaviour issues.   Next review date March 2024
  6. Ofsted and CQC Local Area SEND Inspections

    Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) have published a new Area SEND inspection Framework.  The new framework for 2023 outlines a new inspection model. All Local Area Partnerships will be subject to this including: full inspections monitoring inspections engagement meetings, and area SEND thematic…
  7. Out Of School Care

    Out of School Care - includes breakfast clubs, after school clubs and holiday clubs, please see below to find out more. Last reiew date June 2024
  8. Parent Carers Needs Assessment & Support

    If you are the parent/carer for a disabled child, or you provide unpaid care and/or support to a Reading adult (18 years +), or if you are a young person with caring responsibilities, you may be eligible for support. To find out more, please follow…
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