Your child at nursery or childcare
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The Government can help with childcare costs for parents. Whether you have toddlers or teens, you could get support.
The Plymouth Information, Advice and Support parenting team are running a new Ready for School programme in conjunction with many primary schools across Plymouth called SPOKES (Supporting Parents on Kids Education in Schools).
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Find out how to apply for a Plymouth school place and ensure your child goes to your preferred school.
All schools must publish a SEN Information Report on their school website. The report should be easy to find, put together in a way that families can understand and reviewed, with families, each year.
Slow progress and low attainment do not necessarily mean that a child has SEN and should not automatically lead to a pupil being recorded as having special educational needs.
Each school has a Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO). The SENCO is responsible for the progress of all children with special educational needs regardless of whether they have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP).
The majority of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities attend mainstream schools.
As we work together to improve outcomes for children and young people, we continue to identify that transitions are a time when there needs to be an enhanced level of planning and oversight, in order to make the transition as smooth as possible.
An annual review helps to make sure a child, with special educational needs, is getting the right help and support.
Early Years SENCO Guidance