North West SEND Regional Newsletter – February Edition

Thanks as ever to Dr Cathy Hamer for putting together this fantastic resource. In this edition there is a section entitled Sharing Learning Practice across the North West. The team of two here at Wirral’s Local Offer were invited to sit on the North West SEND...

This week is National Apprenticeship week 2021

What is an Apprenticeship? An apprenticeship is a system of training  people into a trade or profession with on-the-job training and often some study alongside. Most of the apprentice training is done while working for an employer who helps the apprentices learn their...

Wirral Children and Young Person’s Helpline

Wirral’s helpline for children and young people Wirral Council have launched a dedicated live chat to support children and young people through whatever problems they may be facing. Launched alongside the existing freephone helpline, the live chat feature will support...

Social Media and the Local Offer

Right now we’re posting, sharing and tweeting lots of information to help support SEND families through this latest lockdown. We have a COVID – 19 support section at the top of this homepage and we also share via Facebook and Twitter. If you don’t...

Something for our little people.

Over the years many youngsters have enjoyed listening to the wonderful stories by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler. Room on the Broom, The Gruffalo’s Child, A Squash and a Squeeze, the Smartest Giant in Town, Zog, The Snail & the Whale,...

Listen Up! Building Support Networks Event

This event is for children, young people & families to share ideas & views about mental health & well- being support. It will be held online this Thursday 28th January from 6-8pm. To book onto this event or for more information please e...

#Be Brave Competition for children aged 3 – 11 (Week three)

Here’s something fun to do to pass the time during lockdown. Our friends at Crea8ing Careers, Wirral Unplugged and HYPE have chosen the theme of this week’s competition to be PARKS. Wrap yourselves up warm and talk a walk to your local park to get some...

Listening and responding to our Parent Carers

                                                                                                                                         Each month the Steering group from Wirral’s Parent Carer Forum (PCPW) meet with the SEND and Inclusion Lead and SEND...

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