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.
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.
Equality and diversity information, guidance and useful links
Guidance relating to health and wellbeing in children.
School catering 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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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.
Childcare and provider information and guidance
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.
Guidance and legislation on the Equality Act 2010 for England, Scotland and Wales.
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.
In this section you will find information about early years education and childcare services to support schools and families.
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.
Useful guidance and research into LGBT people's experiences of discrimination and public attitudes towards LGBT equality.
Mental health support teams and Centres of Excellence.
Information for schools on pupil entitlements to home to school transport.
The Inclusion Pathways Team works countywide to support and provide education for children and young people when they are out of school due to reasons of exclusion, being at risk of exclusion, or as a result of their medical needs.
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.
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