Contact your child's nursery, playgroup, childminder, school, college or Amaze, our local Information, Advice and Support service.
What bullying is, how to report it and where to get advice and support.
Schools will work with you and your child to provide support with their special educational needs or disabilities.
How to apply for school in Brighton & Hove and what to do if your child has an education, health and care (EHC) plan.
Most children and young people who have special educational needs or disabilities get the support they need from their childcare provider, school or college.
The plan supports you as you grow up into an adult. You’ll get it in year 9 of school if you have an Education, Health and Care plan.
Specialist schools in Brighton & Hove for children 5 to 16 years old who find it difficult to access education at school.
A list of primary and secondary schools with specialist facilities and centres that support children with an Education, Health and Care plan.
Support for children who have special educational needs and disabilities, and their families. We call this our Local Offer.
Schools that support children with special educational needs or disabilities who have an education, health and care (EHC) plan.
Register with your GP to get a health check. They help adults, young people, children and babies stay healthy and well.
Find out what languages are supported by the Ethnic Minority Achievement Service (EMAS).
Training courses and support groups available for parents and carers.
Find out about opportunities to work for EMAS as a bilingual liaison worker or home school liaison worker.
Apply for for temporary free school meals if you are a family with no recourse to public funds (NRPF).