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Alternative Provision and Alternative Provision Free Schools

What is alternative provision? Alternative provision is used by the local authority and Schools (including Learning Centres, free schools and academies) for pupils who, because of exclusion, illness or other reasons, would not receive suitable education; it is also used by schools for pupils on…

Benefits for Disabled Children & Families

The Families Information Service can help you choosing the right childcare to suit your child’s needs, including a brokerage service for parents experiencing difficulty in finding suitable care. Please contact the Families Information Service tel: 0800 458 4114 for a list of childcare providers around…

Childcare

We want your views about our website, please let us know what you think on this link: Ask Lion feedback survey   Parenting can be a tough job. As a parent, you want to ensure that your child is safe and happy in an environment…

Children and Families

We want your views about our website, please let us know what you think on this link: Ask Lion feedback survey   Find information on local childcare, organisations, services and activities for families, children and young people. If you need any assistance in accessing our…

Children and Young People's Zone

Welcome to the children and young people’s zone – if you are under 25, have special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), and live in Nottingham – we are here to help you. Please let us know if there is anything else that you want adding…

Children's Centres Virtual Timetable

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Coronavirus Information For Families

This webpage has information and resources for Parents, Carers and Critical Workers of Children and Young People who are staying at home due to Coronavirus. Please click on the sections below to find helpful websites and resources.  

Direct Payments

Direct Payments are ‘cash’ payments for people who have been assessed as eligible for a Personal Budget from either education, health or social care, and who would like to arrange and pay for their own support services instead of receiving them directly from the local…

Disability Living Allowance

Disability Living Allowance (DLA) is a benefit that helps with the extra costs that disabled people face as a result of their disabilities. DLA is not means-tested, and it is tax free. You don't need to have paid any National Insurance contributions to claim DLA.…
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