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  1. Voluntary services in Hampshire

    Wherever you are in the county, there is a Council for Voluntary Service (CVS) who is able to offer your group or organisation support. The Hampshire CVS Network offers a range of support to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations operating in the county of…
  2. What are P Scales?

    It is important for all children that their achievement and progress is recorded. P-scales describe the progress of pupils aged 5 - 16 with special educational needs who are working below the standard of the interim pre-key stage standards in the national curriculum. There are eight…
  3. What is a differentiated curriculum?

    All teachers must ensure that their planning and teaching enables all children to access lessons and make progress. This means that all work within class is pitched at an appropriate level so that all children are able to access according to their specific needs. This…
  4. What is a job?

    “A job is the regular work a person does to earn money” Everyone can work! Having a paid job is an important part of most people’s lives and helps to make us who we are. People do all sorts of jobs. They look for jobs…
  5. What is Portage?

    The Portage Home Visiting Service is for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) who have a significant delay by approximately one third of the child’s age in at least two different skill areas which must include cognition. The service will also work with the early…
  6. Where to go for support

    If you’re the parent/carer of a child or young person with a disability or additional needs there might be times when you need advice, support, or just someone to talk to. However there can be so much information and advice out there it can be…
  7. Working: Your Rights

    Your legal rights when working and caring As a working parent with a disabled child, you may have a legal right to take time off (Parental Leave) in certain circumstances. You may also be able to request a change in your working week (Flexible Working)…
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