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Activity Finder Tool (Sport Across Staffordshire)

Sport Across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent is a partnership of agencies “working together to champion participation, enjoyment and success through sport, physical education and physical activity”. Use their activity finder to find an activity to suit you. 

Adapting the curriculum and/or environment in colleges

All further education colleges, sixth form colleges and 16-19 academies have a duty to use their best endeavours to secure the special educational provision that the young person needs. Their purpose is to ensure that providers give the right support to their students with special…

Adapting the curriculum and/or environment in schools

All schools are responsible for providing a broad, balanced and inclusive curriculum for all pupils and in particular for pupils with a special educational need or disability. The local authority has a duty to ensure that schools: Increase the extent to which disabled pupils can…

Admission Pathway to a Staffordshire Short Stay School/Pupil Referral Unit

The admission pathway sets out the categories of pupils who are eligible for admission to a Staffordshire Short Stay School or Pupil Referral Unit. If there are any concerns or queries – either general or related to individual cases, please contact the Education Inclusion Officers who…

Aiming High - Short breaks

A wide variety of activities are available for children and young people aged 0-25 years old with a Special Educational Need/Disability (SEND). Activities include trips out, sports, youth clubs, outdoor activities and much more! Some activities are open to the whole family while other activities are…

Allocation of Special Provision Capital Funding for 2018-19

Staffordshire County Council has been allocated £311,000 of Special Provision Capital Funding in 2018-19. The Special Provision Capital Funding is to improve the quality and range of provision for children and young people with education, health and care plans (EHCP) aged 0-25. Local authorities can invest…

Alternative provision for all ages

We believe all children and young people, including those in alternative provision settings, deserve a high quality education and the chance to fulfil their potential. Please see our directories below to view providers of part time or full time alternative provision, tutoring, complementary provision or view all services in…

Annual reviews - assessing progress and outcomes

A short animated film has been produced by the Council for Disabled Children on an education health and care plan annual review. Upon receiving an education, health and care plan, the setting the child or young person attends will make suitable arrangements for monitoring their…

Apprenticeships for all ages

Apprenticeships combine practical training in a job with study. As an apprentice, you would: work alongside experienced staff gain job-specific skills earn a wage and get holiday pay get time for study related to your role (usually one day a week) Apprenticeships take 1 to…

Careers advice, advocacy, support and resources for all ages

Search our directories below for information on careers advice, advocacy, support and resources.
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