FISH provide information about support available for children aged 5 - 20 living in the East Riding, including information about Schools, Activities, Emotional Wellbeing and Youth and Family Support.
For information about schools and issues relating to your child's education please visit the Schools, colleges and academies page.
Here you will find information about the following and much more:
Every school must have a teacher with training and/or experience of Special Educational Needs (SEN) to be the Special Educational Needs coordinator (SENCO).
The SENCO will review the additional or different help your child receives with you to ensure that he/she is making good progress and to set new targets.
The Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice Service (SENDIAS) can help you with more information about support for children with special educational needs/additional needs in school. You can contact the SENDIAS Service on 01482 396469.
To view other services available for children with SEND please visit:
Local Offer website (external council website).
FISH have information about Ofsted-registered childcare including childminders and out of school clubs who can provide care for children before and after school and in school holidays.
For any questions about the different childcare options available, opening times, cost and Ofsted inspection grades, contact FISH on 01482 396469 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org
To search for childcare in your area you can browser the FISH directory (opens in new window)
Your child may be entitled to free school meals if you are on a low income and in receipt of a qualifying benefit. For more information and to find out if your child is entitled to free school meals or to complete an online application please visit Free school meals.
Alternatively, you can contact the benefits team on (01482) 394799.
You can take your child out of school for a term time holiday in certain circumstances. To find out more information about school attendance please visit Attendance in school.
The Youth and Family Support Service is available to help young people aged nine-19 and up to 25 years if you have learning difficulties or a disability.
They can help you to access whatever kind of support you need such as:
Log on Move on (external website)
You can contact the Youth and Family Support Service by:
Email on email@example.com.
Telephone: (01482) 392824
If you have a concern about yourself or a young person please contact the Early Help and Safeguarding Hub on (01482) 395500.
For more information please visit Youth and Family Support Service or search for other useful services.
The Family Service Directory is a one stop shop where you can find information you need to support children and young people, whether you are a professional working with children and young people or you are a parent/carer, friend or young person yourself.
The Family Service Directory has information on services which can help with:
For more information on a range of local and national services for families and young people please visit the Family Service Directory.
If you are worried about a child/young person or think that they might be at risk of harm, abuse or neglect, you can contact the Early Help and Safeguarding Hub (EHaSH) to log your concern and receive advice:
Tel: (01482) 395500
For more information please visit the Support and protection for children page.
There are many local and national services that can offer advice and support to parents. If you would like help finding the right service or organisation to help you and your family please contact FISH on (01482) 396469 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org, alternatively you can browse the FISH directory to search for childcare, support and services.
For information about what activities are available across the East Riding please visit the Activities page on the FISH website. If you have a child with additional needs and would like to have a look at activities which are disability specific you can find out more on the FISH directory (opens in new window).