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  • SEND Newsletter
    This is the SEND Newsletter for 21-27 November 2022. Holiday Activities and Food Programme To see activities and updates visit Holiday Activities and Food – NELC | NELC ( The Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme provides access to activities and healthy meals for children in receipt of benefits related free school […]
  • Youngsters from Cambridge Park Academy shine at awards evening
    The Duke of Edinburgh award in North East Lincolnshire is now targeted to support the most vulnerable young people in the area, especially those with SEND and an EHCP. NELC SEND Local Offer | Duke of Edinburgh award ( Youngsters from Cambridge Park Academy shine at awards evening “Children and young people […]
  • The Best Start in Life for Children with Additional Needs: Commissioning Workshop
    One of the primary commitments in the NHS Long Term Plan is to give all children the best start in life.  This includes children with additional needs and disabilities. Despite strong commitments in policy documents over previous decades (BTRS; Every Child Matters; etc) and a supposedly needs-led, child centred SEND system, families […]
  • BBC Apprenticeship scheme webinar for DWP customers
    The National Employer and Partnership Team (NEPT) is pleased to bring you an offer from the BBC, one of our national accounts. What is the offer? The BBC’s Apprenticeship scheme is open for applications. There are a range of opportunities across the UK in: The BBC is hosting a webinar for jobcentre […]
  • NAViGO appointed as new children’s mental health provider
    NAViGO has been appointed as the new provider of emotional wellbeing and mental health services for children in North East Lincolnshire. The award-winning social enterprise is to deliver the Young Minds Matter (YMM) contract locally from April 2023. The service, which offers children and young people up to the age of 19 […]
  • SEND Newsletter
    Free SEND guide from Contact Parent carers shouldn’t have to navigate the complicated SEND system by themselves. That’s what our Helpful Guide is here for! Our 92-page booklet has all the advice and information you’ll need about accessing support for your family — from your child’s early years through to their adulthood […]
  • SEND Newsletter
    This is the SEND Newsletter for 7- 13 November 2022. Job opportunity- SEND Employability Coach To work as a member of the Employability Service to support unemployed SEN young people to achieve their work goals and move into sustainable employment through the delivery of information, advice and guidance and a range of […]
  • Breakfast with Santa
    There is an exciting event for families with children with SEND. Have breakfast with Santa. Why is it SEND friendly? Adults- £11.95 Children- £15.95 Booking now: Events – Grimsby Garden Centre. Vote Up +0 Vote Down -0You already voted!
  • NE Lincs SENCo Newsletter
    8 November 2022. Issue 2 “Welcome to the second Autumn 2022 edition of our NE Lincs SENCo Newsletter. Many thanks to all who attended the Autumn Term SENCo Forum in October. It was great to see you all face to face.Autumn SENCo forum 2022 to see the photos from the event and […]
  • SEND Newsletter
    This is the SEND Newsletter for 31 October- 6 November 2022. SEND Business Chartermark The SEND Business Chartermark is launching next year! This accreditation offers local businesses the chance to upskill their staff and improve their offer to be more inclusive. To achieve the SEND Business Chartermark organisations will audit their service […]
  • Free access to Rockerbox platform this November for Nasen members
    The theme of this year’s National Non-Fiction November is “communication”. Along with free and unlimited access to the entire Rockerbox News non-fiction reading archive (over 500 articles at 5 national curriculum-aligned reading levels and counting), nasen members can receive a recommended article for each day of the month along the theme of […]
  • SEND Newsletter
    This is the SEND Newsletter for 17-23 October 2022. Learn about the history of neurodivergent brains Pop into Cleethorpes Library to see a fantastic exhibit that celebrates the history of neurodivergent brain. Discover History of Autism and More! Explore the wonderful and weird history of neurodiversity. Where: Albert Room, Cleethorpes Library, Cleethorpes, […]
  • Successful SENCo Forum Autumn 2022
    On Monday 17 October 2022 over 100 Headteachers, SENCos and Inclusion leads attended NE Lincs new look SENCO forum at the Town Hall, Grimsby. Rebecca Taylor (Head of SEND and Inclusion) led the agenda for the morning and discussed the big picture of SEND in our local area with a particular focus […]
  • New resource for professionals! SMART Targets
    SMART targets are targets that are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time bound whilst also being personal to the child. They should be set as small steps towards the child or young person meeting their long term outcomes and be used as part of a graduated approach to supporting children and young people in co-production with parents […]
  • Reasonable adjustments at school for girls with Autism
    An education provider has a duty to make ‘reasonable adjustments’ to make sure disabled students are not discriminated against. These changes could include providing extra support and aids. When students feel well supported at school they can work more effectively, it has a positive impact on their social, emotional and mental health, […]

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