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This is a free event for parent / carers of children and young people with special educational needs and /or a disability aged 13 – 25 who live in Cheshire West & Chester. The event is taking place on 1 March, 9:30 – 2:30, at Ellesmere Port Civic Hall. All of the event information and booking details can be found in the invitation below.

Transition to Adulthood Parent Carer Invitation (2)

This week is Children’s Mental Health Week (6th-12th February 2017). Place 2 Be are supporting this campaign and have lots of useful resources that you can use.

In 2017, the aim of the week is to encourage everyone — adults and children alike — to spread a little kindness. We’ve all known someone going through a tough time, and it can be hard to know what to do to help, especially where children are involved. It may sound simple but in these moments, small acts of kindness can make all the difference. Plus did you know studies show that being kind can make you happier and less stressed? Find out more at

https://www.place2be.org.uk/our-story/childrens-mental-health-week/

 

We understand the importance to parents of making decisions around their children’s education and also how sensitive an area this can be for some families. As a local authority we are keen to develop services that support these children, young people and their families. There is too a clear need that such services are informed by and mutually beneficial to all partners.

For some time now we have been looking closely at how we support EHE and are delighted to be able to join a range of local authorities in entering into a shared service for Elective Home Education with Warrington.

The benefits of this are very obvious to us – this is an established service with a good provenance from service-users and partners and positive feed-back from external scrutiny.

The EHE community is clearly well organised at many levels and often these systems overlap traditional local authority boundaries.  Bringing services together in this way provides us an opportunity to participate in the development of consistent and coherent support across the region.

We are excited at the opportunities this affords us and looking forward to working in partnership with parents, pupils and colleagues.”

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Need some questions answered? Contact details for your local EHE Co-ordinator can be found on your council’s website

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