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  1. Travel and Transport

    At Suffolk County Council we provide travel for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities for students of statutory school age (Reception to year 11) and for our Post-16 learners in line with travel policies. Where a child or young person is…
  2. Volunteering

    We know how important volunteers are in supporting youth activities in communities.  Without volunteers, many groups wouldn't operate, so they are hugely valued by the young people who attend them.
  3. What to expect from a school or setting

    Schools and settings are responsible for meeting the needs of a range of children and young people by providing high quality teaching and support which is adapted to the needs of individual children so they can make good progress in their learning and, in the…
  4. What’s on - Get involved

    Get involved in local events, stay up to date with the latest news, surveys and opportunities in Suffolk, meet other parents and tell us your views. If you would like to include information on this page, please email localoffer@suffolk.gov.uk. 
  5. Whole School Inclusion (WSI) Service

    The Whole School Inclusion (WSI) Service is part of the Specialist Education Service, and incorporates the WSI Teachers, the Inclusion Practitioners and the Alternative Tuition Service.  What do we do? The Whole School Inclusion team is a school-facing service which provides advice and guidance around…
  6. Winter Warmth

    Are you working with a resident in Suffolk or patient who is struggling to afford to heat their home? Do you support families who sleep in one room as they don’t have enough bedding to go round? Would some simple items of clothing, bedding or…
  7. Working with babies

    Early evidence and current research is highlighting the importance of supporting children aged 0 – 2 in their development as we emerge from the pandemic and lockdowns. The support we offer the children and families now, will make a long-term difference. There are various baby…
  8. Worried about your teenager?

    It can be difficult for parents to tell whether their teenagers are just "being teens" or whether there is something more serious going on. Many of the symptoms listed below can often be attributed to normal teenage behaviour. However, if you're worried, it can be helpful…
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