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Supporting Transition Home > School Life > Resources For Families > Supporting Transition

Starting high school can be an exciting time but also challenging for some children. A well planned transition can help children feel more prepared and less challenged by the changes they face. This session has been adapted from a classroom based lesson for children to work through with adult. if they are not rushed.This session will cover Feelings about moving to high school Physical.. School Life

Specialist Education Provision Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Specialist Education Provision

If your child has an additional need, it can help the local authority to know that your child may need further support when they are in school. A health professional who is supporting your. are in mainstream education with a high level of educational need. The short term bases can also offer school to school support. The specialist bases available in Norfolk are: Learning and cognition bases. with your child’s school. You and your child should be involved with decisions that are being made

Money Worries Home > School Life > Resources For Families > Money Worries

about support available Food Free School Meals All children in Year Reception, 1 and 2 will receive free school meals.  From Year 3, children whose parents or carers get one or more of the following may also be able claim free school meals; Universal Credit (provided the family has an annual net. qualifying for Working Tax Credit Read more and apply for free school meals Free School Meals School Uniform Getting everything your child needs for school can be an added pressure when you

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Services To Support You & Your Family Services To Support You & Your Family Norfolk & Waveney Children & Young People's Health Services Just One Number & Parentline ChatHealth Video Appointments Introduction To Our Services How We Work Safeguarding Still Worried? Service Feedback When Children Miss Their Appointments Norfolk Healthy Child Programme Healthy Child Programme Services 0-5 Healthy Child Programme Services 5-19 Healthy Child Programme Other Services School

Norfolk Steps Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Norfolk Steps

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Separating From You Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Supporting Development > Separating From You

Starting school might feel like a big milestone for your child and for you. Even if your. they become familiar with the people and routines of their new school. Dive Deeper New Routines Try not to show any worries you might have about your child starting school – they will take. child about the change to come. Story books about starting school can help. Talk through the routines of a school day. Make sure they know who will pick them up and whereabouts. Be there a few minutes

The Trinity Centre Midwifery Hub Home > Pregnancy & Early Days > Your Pregnancy Journey > Midwifery Hubs > East Locality Midwifery Hubs > The Trinity Centre Midwifery Hub

The Trinity Centre Midwifery Hub is incorporated within the Martham Academy at: Black StreetMarthamGreat YarmouthNR29 4PR Please use the entrance door at the rear of the building marked Midwifery Entrance. This is located behind the main school. Contact the team... By email: northsideteam@jpaget.nhs.uk By phone: 07884568788 Pregnancy Journey

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After An Operation Home > Occupational Therapy For Parents & Carers > Moving, Handling & Accessibility > After An Operation

at the hospital to discuss any concerns and any potential changes within the home or school environments. be to get your child back to school as soon as possible but it may be useful to think about the following when you meet with their school. Option of remote learning Phased returns Getting around school Wheelchair Crutches Buddy to support student Leaving lessons slightly early. The school environment Access into and around school Accessible toilets Lift passes Ground floor classes