School use ParentPay for online payments regarding lunches, trips and school events. You will be issued with login details from the school office.
Special Educational Needs and disabilities – local offer.
The Department for Education is responsible for education and children’s services.
Ofsted inspect and regulate to achieve excellence in the care of children and young people, and in education and skills for learners of all ages..
Lancaster & Morecambe College has been providing further education and training on the Morecambe Road site for over 50 years.
Myerscough specialises in education and training for the land-based and sports industries.
A UK charity which campaigns for equal rights for children and adults with a learning disability.
Provides information, counselling and support for people with Down’s syndrome.
The Outward Bound Trust help as many young people as possible to have access to safe, adventurous experiences through which they can raise their self-esteem, realise their full potential and achieve more than they ever thought possible.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award has been dedicated to the personal development of young people from all backgrounds.
Family members aged 18 years old and over from anywhere in England and Wales can get in touch with the service for free via telephone, text message or email, using the details on the website.
They have a team of trained volunteers with the knowledge and experience of family issues to support service users via telephone, text and email. They are there to provide a listening ear, answer particular parenting questions or help with guidance around more complex issues. They can also provide longer-term support through regular sessions with Befrienders and Counsellors. All support takes place via telephone, text message or email and is free.
Lancaster City Council’s support fund can offer financial help with food, utility bills and other costs.