Information relating to transportation, health and safety, childcare, attendance management, exclusion advice, services for children in care and catering.
Attendance management and exclusions guidance and information.
Behaviour Support Team, Autism Outreach, Nurture Team, and Positive Play Support Team information.
This section explains our procedures for when a child is withdrawn from school to be educated at home.
Information, guidance and useful links relating to the education of children in care.
Equality and diversity information, guidance and useful links
Guidance relating to health and wellbeing in children.
Guidance from Derbyshire County Council regarding school meals including free school meals.
Information and guidance for families and children.
Information about school transport, b_line and sustainable travel.
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DIASS provides information, advice and support to parents/carers and children/young people with special educational needs and disabilities.
b_line – the student travel, discount and library card scheme for young people living in Derbyshire.
Derbyshire's Virtual School aims to enhance the life opportunities for children in care by supporting their education and enabling them to achieve their full potential.
Education and Early Years Providers: Health protection.
Employees can sign up to our salary sacrifice cycle to work scheme − and earn a tax-free bike.
We need more homes for children in care in Derbyshire, that's why we've launched a county wide campaign to help us find foster carers and adoptive parents.
Healthy Steps is an 8-week email programme to support families to make healthier choices, including easy tips, budget-friendly recipes, family challenges and more.
Information for schools on pupil entitlements to home to school transport.
A managed move is used to initiate a process which leads to the transfer of a pupil to another mainstream school permanently.
The five ways to wellbeing are simple things you can do every day to help boost your mood and keep you happy.
Guidance about children who cannot attend school due to long term health needs.
Supporting children's mental health and wellbeing, launching February 2020.
The Department for Education (DfE) collates both fixed period and permanent exclusion data from every local authority (LA).
Schools provide an important setting for promoting health which can easily be integrated into general health promotion, school curriculum and activities.
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