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Reducing the cost of school uniform this September

#SchoolUniformTips We've had many queries from proactive parents lately who are preparing to sort out uniforms for September. So we thought we'd prepare a post to assist those with queries about where to find cheaper/second-hand uniform. Cornwall Council does not provide a grant towards school…

SEN Capital Grant 2020

The Department for Education has committed funding to help local authorities create new school places and improve existing facilities for children and young people with SEN and disabilities, in consultation with parents and providers.   Download the Cornwall SEN Capital Grant Funding Plan Further information…

SEND Local Offer News

Stay up-to-date with the latest SEND developments, have your say in surveys, check out up-coming ways to provide feedback and see how parents, carers and young people with SEND have been participating in the co-production of Cornwall’s SEND Local Offer. If you would like to…

Staying safe - who can help

Where can I find out how to be safe online? If you would like to find out how to stay safe online, there are a number of organisations and services that can help, which you will find listed on our site. There is information about protecting your…

Sunflower Lanyard Scheme and other help for disabilities

Cornwall's role out of the Sunflower Lanyard Scheme: Hidden disability lanyards to be available in all Sainsburys and ARGOS stores nationwide from 7 October 2019. This is following a successful trial in selected stores, which included Truro Sainsbury's in 2018.  Lanyards will be available to collect for free…

Understanding Feelings and Emotions

Please use the dropdowns below to find information regarding understanding feelings and emotions.

What3Words - Helping Emergency Services Find You

How it works: Open the app or website Select 'Current location' Quote the three words on the screen to the emergency services  They will now be able to locate you SWASFT has recently adopted the three-word global address system called what3words in its control room…

Work, Rest and Play the Sensory Way (WRAPS) for Children from School Entry to 8 Years of Age

In line with national Occupational Therapy services, the Cornwall Children’s Community Therapy Team has changed the way we support children who are referred with regard to sensory difficulties. There are a number of children within mainstream classes who demonstrate some difficulties with processing sensory information. …
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