That may sound like we’re somehow involved with supermarket discounts, but it’s actually something very different. The Local Offer is a website with information about support and services for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) aged 0-25 years.
Universal Credit is a new benefit for people aged between 16 and 64 years who are on a low income or unemployed. It is replacing most of the existing means-tested benefits for people in this age group. Universal Credit will be rolled out in Sheffield from November and December 2018.
On 3rd August, families with disabled children flocked to Hillsborough Sports Arena to enjoy a fun-packed day out. Glorious summer weather ensured a record turnout, with over 300 people attending the event.
Sheffield City Council are refreshing their Home-to-School Travel and Transport Policy for students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) aged 5-16 years and would like to gain the views of people who might be affected by any changes.
Parents met with staff from Sheffield College to discuss the proposed changes to Personal Progress Courses. If implemented, these changes would mean that courses would run over three longer days instead of four shorter days from September 2018.