Offered free to secondary/high schools, the aim of this scheme is, not only to encourage pupils to cycle to school, but to use safe and well maintained bicycles.
We provide a range of differentiated curriculum resources available on loan to referred pupils and their schools.
RE resources for primary and secondary, along with syllabus and assessment information and guidance.
We are able to offer Warwickshire schools assemblies and workshops on rubbish, recycling and composting and free loan of literacy resources and recycled musical instruments.
Warwickshire County Council’s Trading Standards Service offers Warwickshire schools educational sessions that support Economic Education in the areas of ‘being a consumer’ and ‘managing personal finances’.
The transition from school to adulthood is a time of celebration, change and challenge for young people. For many disabled young people and their families and carers, however, this transition can be very complex and difficult.
All schools in England and Wales are subject to the general and specific duties under the Act, this includes Primary, Secondary and Special Schools.
SIBS provides direct services, resources, research and consultation and training for therapeutic work with children and young people who have sexual behaviour difficulties, or who have difficulties arising from the sexual behaviour of others.
As part of the strategy to meet the needs of vulnerable pupils and reduce the number of permanent exclusions, schools are encouraged to consider purchasing packages of alternative education provision.
This reference file sets out Warwickshire’s strategic and operational policies for SEN and seeks to bring together all information relating to all aspects of SEN.
Free school meals are available to children up to 19 years of age who attend Warwickshire County Council maintained schools and maintained nursery schools on a full-time basis