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  1. Early Years Pupil Premium

    If your child is 3 or 4 years old and receiving the universal 15 hours free childcare in Sandwell, your childcare provider may be eligible for Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP). The Early Years Pupil Premium is extra funding paid to your registered childcare provider…
  2. Early Years Support

    Sandwell Early Years information, advice and support. Find information on EYFS Framework, Ofsted regulations, DfE guidance, marketing, social media and business support. Get the latest guidance and stay up to date with changes to regulations. Check out the information and resources, statistical data and early…
  3. Education

    What does special educational needs mean? If a child has a learning difficulty or a disability that makes it harder for them to learn than most children of their age, they may have special educational needs (SEN). As many as one in five children may…
  4. Education after 16

    All children and young people have the right to full-time education up to the age of 16 and now must attend education, attend training or be employed from 16-18. Many young people with special educational needs and disabilities benefit enormously from these last few years,…
  5. Education Benefits

    Many families in Sandwell could get free school meals but don't claim for them. Find out more about how to apply for free school meals, help with the cost of school uniforms and help with school travel costs. Your child may be able to get…
  6. Education, Health and Care Plans (EHC Plan)

    What is an Education, Health and Care Plan? An Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan is a legal document which describes a child or young person’s aged up to 25 special educational needs, the support they need, and the outcomes they would like to achieve.…
  7. Education, Training and Work

    Find information on how to apply for a school place in Sandwell, school term dates and support and advice for parents and carers on all aspects of education and learning. Thinking about training or looking for a job? Get more information and advice on local…
  8. Family and Home Safety

    Staying safe as a family is very important. Children will get bumps and scrapes as they develop and explore the world around them. It is important to teach your children about the world around them and how to navigate it safely. Talk about road safety,…
  9. Family Health

    We all want good health for ourselves and our families. Eating well, getting enough exercise and sleep, having a good work-life balance are important to us all. Finding the right services when we need them is important. There is lots of advice available on how…
  10. Family Hubs

    Family Hubs offer the right help, in the right place, at the right time. They provide services and support for families with children 0-19 (or 25 with SEND). They can also offer extra support to families during pregnancy and with baby’s first years. Family Hub run regular…

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