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The new medical alternative provision pathway for supporting pupils with significant health needs is available below.

The way that the Education Service for Children Out of School (ESCOS) reports to schools, for the pupils they are supporting, is changing. For further information, please see letter attached below.

ASIST is aimed at everybody (over the age of 16). PAPYRUS aims to train as many varied professionals and members of the community including; natural helpers and advisers, emergency service workers, counsellors, teachers, ministers, mental health staff, workers in health, welfare and justice, parents/relatives and community volunteers.

For further information and to book on please see links below.

Young Minds have launched 360° Schools, your one-stop shop for mental health, well being and resilience for your whole school.

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