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Review of Early Years Ordinarily Available Provision

Back in June, we shared with you the final draft of Manchester's Ordinarily Available Provision for Early Years document, which describes the support, strategies and activities that are available in early years settings to young children with additional needs, regardless of formal diagnosis or specialist

Co-Production : Parent Moderation of EHCPs, Good Practice in Early Years, Anxiety Pathway

To celebrate Co-Production Week, we asked various partners from Manchester’s Education, Health and Care services to reflect and share with us how co-production has helped them deliver provision to families of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND). Here is a

Manchester’s Ordinarily Available Provision for Early Years

It's our pleasure to share with you the final draft of Manchester's Ordinarily Available Provision for Early Years document, which describes the support, strategies and activities that are available in early years settings to young children with additional needs, without the need for a formal

Early Years Schools and Nurseries Discussion

Manchester City Council are putting together a document that will describe the ordinarily available provision for young children with additional needs in Manchester, i.e., what early years settings and nurseries are expected to be doing to support them, even without extra funding or an Education

Early Years Parent/Carer Information Day

Join us for an information session for parents and carers of Early Years children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). Learn about support services, grants and other information available to SEND parent-carers. There's no need to book - just drop in at RHOSEY Annex

Early Years Action Learning Set (EY ALS) Local Offer Session

Manchester City Council are putting together a document that will describe the ordinarily available provision in Manchester for young children with additional needs, i.e., what early years settings and nurseries should already be doing to support them, without extra funding or a plan, etc. Once