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  1. Manchester Young Carers Award for Schools and Settings

    Welcome and thank you for your interest in the Manchester Young Carers in Schools and Settings Awards! We all have a responsibility for ensuring young carers in Manchester are providing a level of care that is appropriate; know what their rights are; and are not spending so much time caring for someone else that…
  2. Local Offer Newsletter

    Sign up to the Manchester City Council e-bulletin system to get the newsletter. Here is some guidance on how to do this. Our latest newsletter February 13th 2024: Our next drop in - SEND Community Offer - Other stuff to do - News round up - Champion Awards…
  3. Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)

    People who receive good sex and  relationship education usually have better sexual knowledge, better sexual health and reduced vulnerability to sexual abuse. We’ve pulled together some really useful websites and resources: Mencap - Loads of easy to follow information, including a FAQ section for young…
  4. Online safety for children with SEND

    How to help your child stay safe online, set up parental controls, report cyberbullying and what sexting and online grooming are. The internet is a great tool for children and young people with SEND to be part of a community. Your child can have a…
  5. Resourced Provision Schools

    What is a Resourced Provision? Most children in Manchester with special educational needs and/or disabilities, including those with Education, Health and Care Plans, will be supported in a mainstream school. A number of mainstream schools provide additional specialist facilities on their site called a Resourced…
  6. Tools and Resources for Practitioners

    Being a carer can mean lots of different things - for young people caring for a member of their family could make them a young carer. Young carers are people under 18 years old who look after a family member who has a disability, illness,…
  7. Help and Support for you

    Support for Young Carers  A young carer is someone aged 18 or under who helps look after a loved one who has a condition, such as a disability, illness, mental health condition, or a drug or alcohol problem. Most young carers look after one of…
  8. Staying safe on the Internet and on-line

    Getting help and support about using the Internet and social media safely can be daunting. There are lots of organisations that offer practical support. Thinkuknow website:The ThinkUknow website offers practical advice and guidance for parents/carers and children and young people. ThinkUknow is the education programme…
  9. Where to get help with Childcare

    If you have any issues relating to Childcare, be it finding a suitable provider, applying for a place or paying for it.  Please contact your local Children's Centre for advice. Search for your local Children's Centre.
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