Find out more by joining an online event on 14 October 10am – email firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Gloucestershire new schools’ in the subject line and you will be emailed a link to join the meeting.
Following a period of engagement with parents and other key stakeholders during 2021, January 2022 saw the coming together of The Stroud and Cotswolds Alternative Provision School (SCAPS) and The Cheltenham and Tewkesbury Alternative Provision School (CTAPS) as a single institution renamed Severn Valley School.
Gloucestershire Health and Care are now offering (10 minute) virtual drop-in sessions by video for parents/carers of pre-school children, not currently known to the service, to discuss any concerns regarding their child’s communication development.
This autumn, in line with the GCC SEND and inclusion strategies and the government’s green paper priorities for SEND and alternative provision ‘Right support, right place, right time’ we will be making improvements to the EHC pathway to give a better experience for families and practitioners.
In line with our GCC SEND and inclusion strategies the banded funding initiative is about developing a funding model that is flexible enough to enable more creative opportunities to be accessed and provide the best outcomes for children and young people with SEND early.