This guide is about the changes made by the government to the way that children and young people who have special educational needs and disabilities are supported.

Easy read guide for children and young people

Easy read guide for parents/carers

Galop.org.uk

Welcome to Galop, the LGBT+ anti-violence charity. If you’ve experienced hate crime, sexual violence or domestic abuse, we’re here for you. We also support lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer people who have had problems with the police or have questions about the criminal justice system. We are a completely independent community-led group. Anything you tell us is confidential, and you can contact us anonymously if you choose.

GamCare

Is problem gambling affecting you, or those close to you?

Getting to school

Map view to see local schools and how to travel to them

Gingerbread

provides information and advice to single parents on a wide range of issues, including benefits, both online and through a telephone helpline.

Girl Guides

Girlguiding is the leading charity for girls and young women in the UK.

Government Asylum seekers information

Asylum Seekers are people who flee their home country and seek refuge in another, possibly because of war or human rights abuses. Asylum Seekers are not allowed to take up employment while their applications are being processed, but they are encouraged to do voluntary work. The agency responsible for addressing issues of Asylum Seeker and Refugee settlement in England is called National Asylum Seekers Services (NASS).

Grandparents Association

National charity that supports all grandparents and their families. Aim to improve the lives of children by working with and for all grandparents.

Greater Merseyside Money Advice Partnership

The Greater Merseyside Money Advice Project (GMMAP) is committed to improving the provision of free, confidential, impartial high quality debt advice in Greater Merseyside. Call 0300 330 1196 for free and confidential advice from 8am – 8pm Monday – Friday.

Greenbank College - (Liverpool City Region)

Greenbank College is run by Greenbank, a Liverpool based disability charity. Places for approximately 170 students aged 16-18 (up to 24 with an EHC Plan) to undertake a Study Programme (SP), which include a choice of Vocational Study Area (Art, Design, Sewing & Textiles, Business & Administration, Catering & Hospitality, Customer Service, Etc.). Their Equality & Diversity policy is here - http://static.greenbankcollege.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/P10-Equality-Diversity-Policy.pdf

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