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School Transport

If your child has a special educational need or disability, they may be eligible for free school transport. The criteria for free school transport varies depending upon what type of school your child attends. Please visit Southampton school travel support for full information, eligibility criteria and an application form

HEYA - Healthy Eating

Prior to starting an award, please contact the HEYA team to inform them of your intention to commence: HEYA@southampton.gov.uk.Read through the flow chart and self-assessment form carefully.You will need to download all appropriate documentation as highlighted below (at either bronze or silver level as appropriate).…

Working in childcare - What are the options?

If you want to work with children, there are many options open to you. Working in childcare - Information for school leavers We have more information on the following types of work: Working in a breakfast, after-school club or holiday scheme Working in a nursery Working in…

HEYA - Physical Activity

Before starting an award, please contact the Southampton Healthy Early Years Award team to inform them of your intention to commence. HEYA@southampton.gov.uk The Healthy Early Years Awards in Physical Activity are designed to support reflective practice; a key area for completion of the award. At bronze…

Local Autism Support

There are many organisations/groups in Southampton/Hampshire that can offer support and advice to families with children, young people and adults with Autism.  Please find information about these organisations/groups in the drop down menu -  Southampton, Hampshire, Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight have funded a…

Personal Budgets

A personal budget is a clear, upfront amount of money identified by the Local Authority that can be used to arrange some of the support that has been agreed in your child or young persons Education, Health and Care plan (EHCP). The amount that your child/young person gets depends on the…

Educational Psychology and Emotional Literacy Training

Courses Southampton Virtual Emotional Literacy Conference Emotional Literacy Support Assistant Training (ELSA)  Nurture Groups in a Nutshell  Nurture Group Network Meetings Would you like to be kept up to date with changes to our courses as they happen?We regularly add new courses, and occasionally have…

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Advice and guidance for parents, carers, children and young people

We want to make sure that families in Southampton are kept well informed about Coronavirus (COVID-19).  29th November 2021 - Temporary COVID-19 measures for Early Years settings, out of school settings, schools, colleges and universities, click here to view  Click here to visit the latest…

Short Breaks

After formal consultation between November 2017 and February 2018, a new Short Breaks Eligibility Criteria and Offer was approved.  From April 2019 the new criteria and offer is effective. Short Breaks provide children and young people with disabilities or additional needs an opportunity to spend…

Southampton Short Breaks Card – MAX Card and MAX Card Plus

What is the MAX Card? The MAX Card and MAX Card Plus are replacing the Buzz Passport.  The MAX Card will be issued to all children and young people on The Buzz Network.  It gives discounts or benefits to the holder and one other person…
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