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(SEND) Rainbow Resource

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 01 September 2021

New website encompassing all local family information known as Live Well Bath and North East Somerset providing information, support and signposting. Bath and North East Somerset's Local Offer - Local information for families with a child or young person with additional needs, a special educational need or disability.  

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Review of Local Services - have your say

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 16 August 2021

Banes Specialist Commissioning Services are strategically reviewing the services commissioned in BaNES for young people in transition or adults with a Learning Disability and/or Autism and they want to hear from those who use these services. Four sessions have been arranged over August and September, two virtual, two face to face, and socially distanced, weather depending.

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Education Catch Up

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 26 July 2021

From sporting activities to tutoring programmes and suggestions to support your child's learning at home view the wealth of information across all ages and abilities: https://educationcatchup.campaign.gov.uk/

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Summer Holiday Club - Break Out

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 12 July 2021

Bath Rugby Foundation have partnered with Youth Connect Sout West, Bath Area Play Project, Fareshare SoutWest and B&NES Council to deliver BreakOut to local children, teenagers and families.

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Help Shape a New Parent Carer Forum for BATHNES

created by SEND Partnership Service published on 24 June 2021

A message from Contact (for Families with Disabled Children):  Help shape a new parent carer forum for Bath and North East Somerset. Are you the parent carer of a child or young person? Do they have additional needs? WE NEED YOU!

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