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  • Supporting children with PANS and PANDAS in educational settings
    PANS is a neuropsychiatric condition which is triggered by a misdirected immune response to a variety of triggers, resulting in various symptoms. PANDAS is a subset of PANS. Take the free CPD accredited training for teachers and SEND Professionals on 13 June from 4-5pm over Teams. Aims: Raising awareness and knowledge about […]
  • SEND Newsletter
    This is the SEND Newsletter for 16-22 May, 2022. SEND Revisit Joint area SEND revisit in North East Lincolnshire. The area has made sufficient progress in addressing all three of the significant weaknesses identified at the initial inspection. LEADERS, with a ‘genuine desire’ to work with families, have a ‘firm grasp’ of […]
  • Cleethorpes beach buggies on BBC News
    The BBC has posted a video from a local mum who has enjoyed using our adapted beach buggy for people with mobility problems. “Lorna Fillingham described the buggies as a “ticket to freedom” for her daughter Emily-May. “The chairs are available to hire for free from the town’s resort office by Cleethorpes […]
  • Council’s SEND services receive praise from Ofsted & CQC
    LEADERS, with a ‘genuine desire’ to work with families, have a ‘firm grasp’ of what is needed to support young people with special educational needs. This is one of many areas of praise for members of North East Lincolnshire Council’s SEND (special educational needs) team, following a March revisit by Government inspectors […]
  • SEND weekly parent and carer update
    This is the SEND Newsletter for 9- 15 May 2022. SEND Review: Right support, right place, right time You have the chance to share your views on the SEND review green paper. Join our SEND Weekly parent car meeting at 10am on Wed 8 June. Email lauren.Thompson@nelincs.gov.uk for more information.  The government […]
  • SEND weekly parent and carer update
    This is the SEND Newsletter for 2- 8 May 2022. This week: Deaf Awareness Week This week is Deaf Awareness Week. Have you seen these great story books that have deaf characters? Our children’s storybooks | Parenting a deaf child (ndcs.org.uk) Did you try the recent ‘I can sing a rainbow’ tutorial? […]
  • Rose Ayling-Ellis to sign a CBeebies Bedtime Story for Deaf Awareness Week
    Deaf Awareness Week is taking place from 2 to 8 May 2022. Follow the campaign on social media #MyDeafStory. Rose Ayling-Ellis the actress and Strictly champion is the first celebrity to sign a story in British Sign Language on CBeebies in celebration of the campaign. Rose says: “I am super excited to […]
  • Free bike project for young people
    Together for Childhood have teamed up with R-Evolution and Freeman Street Market, to develop a ‘Bike Project’ for anyone aged 14 to 17 years of age. There will be a taster session on Friday 20 May 2022 from 4pm to 5:30pm at the Business Hub, Freeman Street Market, Grimsby, DN32 7DS. All […]
  • SEND weekly parent and carer update
    This is the SEND Newsletter for Monday 25 April to Sunday 1 May, 2022. This week: Deaf Awareness Week This week is Deaf Awareness Week. We are showcasing our British Sign Language videos. There will also be lots of great content from the Educational Team for Hearing and Vision, and more. BSL […]
  • SEND weekly parent and carer update
    This is the SEND Newsletter for Monday 18 to Sunday 24 April, 2022. This week: SEND Review Webinar This is the recording of the webinar with Will Quince, Children & Families Minister, recorded ahead of the publication of the SEND Review Green Paper. The webinar was facilitated by Special Needs Jungle in […]
  • Resources for supporting refugee and asylum seeking children
    Young Minds has mental health and emotional wellbeing resources for young people. They have published resources to support refugee and asylum seeking children. Young people with asylum seeking and refugee experience have shared the key things that they need from social workers, foster carers and schools to help and support them. This […]
  • Me-Learning Programme
    The Me-Learning Programme can help you get into work, education or training. Find out what your aspirations are and achieve them. It’s easier with the right support. The next programme runs from Monday 16 May to Monday 27 June. Tracey and Gill will be at the job centre on the mornings of […]
  • Young Inspectors
    Would you like to inspect and advise on how the local council could make their services more young person friendly? Would you like to make a difference to young people in your community? North East Lincolnshire are now recruiting ‘Young Inspectors’ – young people who inspect services delivered to children and young […]
  • Adolescent Lifestyle Survey webinar for professionals
    What are the health and social needs of Secondary School aged children and how has Covid-19 impacted their health and wellbeing? Public Health will be holding two webinars to present the findings of the Adolescent lifestyle survey 2021. This locally conducted survey examined the health and lifestyle of young people in the […]
  • New service for those with the highest need
    The new Humber, Coast and Vale Keyworker Service is being developed as a response to the NHS England long term plan commitment that by 2023/24 children and young people with a learning disability, autism, or both, with the most complex needs will have a designated Keyworker. The Keyworking function is an important […]

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