Information and guidance relating to transportation, health and safety, childcare, attendance management, services for children in care and catering.
Attendance management and exclusions guidance and information.
Information about early years childcare for children aged 0 to five years.
Information, guidance and useful links relating to the education of children in care.
This section explains our procedures for when a child is withdrawn from school to be educated at home.
Equality and diversity information, guidance and useful links
Guidance for schools supporting LGBT staff, students and parents.
Guidance relating to health and wellbeing in children.
We deliver a service that meets the mandatory standards as set out in the school food plan and the requirements of the food based standards.
Information and guidance for families and children
Information about school transport, b_line and sustainable travel.
Our virtual school aims to enhance the life opportunities for children in care by supporting their education and enabling them to achieve the best they can.
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Derbyshire's response to the 30 hour entitlement for three and four year olds with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
In November 2002, the Adoption and Children Act passed into law and, for the first time, allowed unmarried couples, including same-sex couples, to apply for joint adoption. You can also adopt as an individual.
Examples of good practice within schools and other case studies
DIASS provides independent information, advice and support to children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities
b_line – the student travel, discount and library card scheme for young people living in Derbyshire.
Designated teachers for children in care information including network meetings.
Applications for Capital Investment:
The Derbyshire believes in me awards will take place in March 2018.
Homophobia, biphobia and transphobia guidance.
The five ways to wellbeing are simple things you can do every day to help boost your mood and keep you happy.
Information regarding learners with English as an additional language.
Employees can sign up to our salary sacrifice cycle to work scheme − and earn a tax-free bike.
We would like to invite your school to apply to be part of Derbyshire's Attachment Aware Schools programme, as we are about to launch our fourth year.
The content of these letters has been modified to account for changes outlined in the new 2017 DfE exclusion guidance. By using these standard letters schools can be assured that they are providing consistent advice and information for parents on the next steps for their child.
Derbyshire's Virtual School aims to enhance the life opportunities for children in care by supporting their education and enabling them to achieve the best they can.
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