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Chance for carers to have their say

Carers in Staffordshire are being given the chance to shape a county-wide strategy. Staffordshire County Council and the NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups in Stafford have put together a draft strategy for carers, which sets out how they want to work with them in future, and…

Complaints and compliments

We welcome feedback from children, young people, parents and carers. Getting feedback can help us learn more about your experiences of receiving services and help us to develop and improve them.  Staffordshire County Council always aims to provide a high standard of service; however there are…

Elective home education

Elective home education (EHE) is when a parent or carer decides to educate their child at home. The responsibility for a child’s education rests with their parents. In England, education is compulsory, but school is not. Parents have a duty to secure a suitable full-time…

Information and support for 11-15 years

These pages have information advice and guidance to help support children, young people and their families from 11-15 years with special educational needs.

Information and support for 16-19 years

These pages have information, advice and guidance to help 16-19 year olds with special educational needs.

Information and support for 20-25 years

These pages have information advice and guidance to help support children, young people and their families from 20-25 years with special educational needs.

Place Based Approach for Children and Families.

Across Staffordshire, we aspire to ensure that more children, families and communities can feel happy, be safe and enjoy their life. As part of Staffordshire’s investment in partnership working and multiagency collaboration, the Family Strategic Partnership was formed to create a platform for partners in Staffordshire to…
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