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For Term 3 (16th April 2018 - 25th July 2018) we will be using paper PEPS whilst we explore our PEP platform options. Therefore we will NOT be using our ePEP. We have created some interim PEP documents which can be found via the link below, as well as some additional documentation. 

Work with children and young people with additional needs? We want your views.

Consultation from Monday 4th June to Tuesday 31st July.

We are planning some changes to the way we allocate funding through the High Needs budget to improve the support we provide to families. We would appreciate your comments on our proposals and any other ideas that you may have. Have your say!

Reading Interventions

As part of the targeted interventions and additional support offer, we have bought in the following reading schemes to help our children and young people.




Reading Eggs makes learning to read interesting and engaging for kids, with great online reading games and activities. This is for Keystage 1 (up until age 7)


To find out more about this, contact Liana Aron (details here)

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library UK promotes early childhood literacy for children by providing free age appropriate books from birth to age 5.

To find out more about this, contact Sally Palmer (details here)

The Letterbox Club is an award-winning programme managed by BookTrust. The aims is to provide enjoyable educational support for looked-after children aged 5-13. Gloucestershire Virtual School run the Letterbox club project for looked after children in years 1, 3, 5 and 7. The parcels (packed with books, maths activities and stationery) are delivered to the Virtual School, and we then distribute them by post to the child’s home address.

To find out more about this, contact Daniel Gillingham (details here)



Oxford Owl is packed with expert advice, top tips and activity ideas so you can help your child with reading and maths.





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