Knowsley top attractions and More Things to Do around Knowsley

Links to attractions such as Knowsley Safari Park, Knowsley Leisure & Culture Park events and museum and gallery exhibitions.
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Part of Knowsley's Local Offer (KLO) We are an integrated team of Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists and integrated Therapy Assistants.

Telephone: 

0151 244 4387
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Part of Knowsley's Local Offer (KLO) The Hospital and Home Tuition Service provides education for Children & Young People who cannot attend school because of medical needs. They do not necessarily have SEND.

Telephone: 

0151 443 5128
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Welcome to the Jan Williams Theatre School based in Huyton, Liverpool.

Telephone: 

07874 767316
KMBCs plans for transfer from Statements of Special Educational Needs (SEN) & Learning Difficulty Assessments (LDA's) to Educational Health and Care Plans (EHC Plan).
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If your child attends a Knowsley school and meets the criteria set out in the Transport Policy, he/she may be eligible for free transport to school. This is usually a Merseytravel bus pass.

Telephone: 

0151 443 2440
Through meetings and visits to nursery your child should feel that nursery is going to be a positive experience. Before they make their first visit you can help to prepare them by chatting to them about what it will be like and how they will enjoy it.
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Set in the heart of the village of Tarbock Green, Merseyside, the hall is surrounded by the well maintained and beautiful recreation ground.

Telephone: 

07746 123855

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