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Key Information

02.-A-Parents-Guide-3.pdf'I cannot speak too highly of the difference the school has made to us.  The staff are fantastic:  they aren't soft with my son, they make it clear he has to take responsibility but they persist and his progress has come on leaps and bounds.  The school has encouraged and supported us too, and I don't know where he and the family would be if it wasn't for this school'

A parent's comment to the Ofsted inspector 2010

Click on the links on the left hand column for useful information.

  • Local offer  Information on the local offer is available via this link
  • WellChild is the national charity working to ensure the best possible care and support for all these children and their families wherever they are and whenever they need it
  • Inclusive Technology provides the very best special educational needs software, switches and computer access devices, simple communication aids, eye gaze and assistive technology for learners with a physical disability, sensory impairment or learning difficulty. We also offer the very best from QED (Quality Enabling Devices) which we acquired two years ago.
  • Tough Furniture are specialists in the supply of attractive, yet very strong furniture, to suit the special  needs of challenging environments where abuse, carelessness or challenging behaviour is a problem.
  • NRS Healthcare specialise in disability equipment and rehab supplies, such as disability aids and mobility products to help you get back on your feet after an operation, or to make your life easier if you are unable to get around easily. (Formerly Nottingham Rehab)
  • Family Fund are the UK’s largest provider of grants to low-income families raising disabled and seriously ill children and young people. We help ease the additional pressures families face. We can help with essential items such as washing machines, fridges and clothing but can also consider grants for sensory toys, computers and much needed family breaks together.
  • Scope Face 2 Face in North East Lincolnshire is our free befriending service offering one to one emotional support for parents of disabled children or those with additional needs.
  • The PBS Awareness Course forms part of the Department of Health's Positive and Safe Programme and is about the organisational culture needed to put the Positive and Proactive Care guidance into practice. It has been designed for staff and carers who support vulnerable people, and the purpose of the course is to raise awareness of the principles and practices embedded in PBS. 
  • The Challenging Behaviour Foundation (CBF)  is the only charity for people with severe learning disabilities who display behaviour described as challenging.
  • Paving the Way, also known as The Early Intervention Project was funded by the Department of Health from 2013-16. An evaluation found that the project delivered high quality work, value for money and is a trusted source of information.
  • Safespaces , Attractive, safe living, sleeping spaces and high sided beds for people with complex needs that are custom made.
  • Butterflies Mums volunteers make home visits or have contact with families each week supporting mums and their families in differing situations. They provide a listening ear and offer non-judgemental, practical and emotional support, and help to build confidence and coping skill
  • Here is a link to a website that offers a free switch adaptions service.  Merushop.
  • Safeguarding Children Partnership This website enables you to access information regarding all safeguarding issues.  From general information to information in respect of risk and referral pathways
  • The Max Card is the UK's leading discount card for foster families and families of children with additional needs. Families can use their Max Card at venues across the UK to get free or discounted admission