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  • The Buzz website for deaf young people
    The Buzz has revamped it’s website with lots more content made by and for deaf young people. There is a part of their website for children and young people aged 12 and under, as well as 13 and over. What kind of content will you see? There are reviews from young people […]
  • SEND weekly parent/carer update
    This is the SEND weekly parent/carer update for 3-9 May. If you have questions about SEND we are always here to help. Please don’t hesitate to email sen@nelincs.gov.uk. We always try to make sure that children and parents/ carers voices are heard. These Weekly SEND parent/carer newsletters are shared with teams within education, […]
  • Deaf Awareness Week
    Deaf Awareness Week 2021 runs from 3 – 9 May and is themed ‘coming through it together’. The week highlights the various organisations and members who work together to raise awareness of deafness. In the UK alone, there are over 10 million people living with some form of hearing loss, whether it […]
  • SENDIASS training for parents and carers
    See the upcoming training offered by SENDIASS for parents and carers of children with SEND.Find more like this on the Events and training page. Elective Home Education & Learning through COVID – Awareness Session Monday, 10 May, 1pm – 2pmIf you have ever thought about Elective Home Educating or would like to know […]
  • Remember to save your work on the EHC Hub
    The EHC Hub doesn’t register any activity until you save what you have been doing. To save any lost time and work please save regularly. If you don’t you will lose your work. You should save your work every ten to fifteen minutes. Once you have saved your data you can go […]
  • Activity and social group for young people at the TapHouse & Kitchen in Cleethorpes
    The Young People’s Advisory Group (YPAG) will be meeting once a month at the TapHouse & Kitchen in Cleethorpes. The Young People’s Advisory Group (YPAG) is a group for young people aged 12 – 16 with additional needs who would like to help shape the services for young people with SEND in […]
  • EHC Hub upgrade and downtime
    The EHC Hub is upgrading to Version 7. As a result of this upgrade, you will not be able to use the EHC Hub from 3pm on Friday, 23 April until the morning of Monday, 26 April. You can look forward to positive improvements to the system due to the upgrade. The […]
  • St Andrews Hospice – Children’s Services Update
    St Andrews Hospice have announced some exciting new plans for their children’s services. A programme of work will be undertaken to redesign the model of care, renew the skills available within the team, refresh and redecorate the unit and to undertake care reviews of every child. These steps will enable the team […]
  • Supporting vulnerable and looked after children through Ramadan: Islamic guidance with social work and medical perspectives
    Preface Ramadan is a very important month in the Islamic calendar. These guidelines provide ways in which the Ramadan experiences of children in care can be managed and enhanced. It is aimed at care professionals and care providers who are looking after these children. Ramadan is perceived and experienced in many different […]
  • SENDIASS training for parents and carers
    See the upcoming training offered by SENDIASS for parents and carers of children with SEND.Find more like this on the Events and training page. Exclusions Tuesday, 27 April, 10am – 12pmThis training will raise awareness of the exclusions process for both fixed term exclusions and permanent exclusions. Book a place. Elective Home […]
  • Upcoming training to support students. The Engagement Model
    The Engagement Model is a statutory assessment tool that helps schools meet their duties in supporting pupils who are working below the level of the national curriculum and who are not engaged in subject-specific study. It is an official training package from the Department for Education. Course dates:Session `1: Thursday 15th April […]
  • Language that cares- Changing the way professionals talk about Children in Care
    There is a great guide for professionals about the language used to talk about children who are looked after. Language That Cares is a collaborative effort led by TACT that aims to change the language of the care systems. Language is a powerful tool for communication but sometimes the way that it […]
  • Free training for professionals by Nasen- Meeting the Needs of Every Child
    Nasen has lots of training available for parents and professionals. Visit Nasens training page to see the full list. Their course ‘Meeting the needs of every child’ is free. This 2 hour webinar will provide Early Years Practitioners with a thorough understanding of inclusive practice for SEND in Early Years settings. What […]
  • Vaccinations for unpaid carers
    There has been a change in the way that unpaid carers can access a Covid vaccination. Unpaid carers who are not known to the health, care or social security system are now being asked to contact their GP. The GP will ask the unpaid carers a few questions which will determine if […]
  • SEND weekly parent/carer update
    This is the SEND weekly parent/carer update for 29 March to 04 April. If you have questions about SEND we are always here to help. Please don’t hesitate to email sen@nelincs.gov.uk. We always try to make sure that children and parents/ carers voices are heard. These Weekly SEND parent/carer newsletters are shared with […]

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