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  1. Merseyside Play Action Council (MPAC)

    Merseyside Play Action Council – MPAC – has been developing play in Liverpool and Merseyside since 1974. We provide year-round advocacy, support and advice for charities, organisations and community groups delivering activities for children and young people. We are the one-stop shop for groups to gain support, advice…
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    St Nicholas's Catholic Primary School

    We are a small Primary School situated in the centre of Liverpool,. We welcome a large number of children from around the world and we are a diverse and inclusive school community.
  3. diddi dance (City Centre - Rebecca Pearson Clinic)

    At diddi dance we enhance children’s endless energy and enthusiasm through funky, full of fun sessions that build confidence, coordination and creativity. diddi dance will encourage a love of movement that will last a lifetime. Through exploring 16 different dance styles suitable for all children,…
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    Children's Occupational Therapy Liverpool City Council

    The Children’s Occupational Therapy (OT) service is an integrated citywide specialist service in Liverpool. It aims to address the needs of children/young people who have difficulties managing their activities of daily living and developing functional skills such as bathing, showering, toileting, dressing, eating; we call…
  5. Holyrood Day Nursery Princes Dock

    Day Nursery
    Holyrood Princes Dock provides stimulating  and inspiring childcare for children from birth to 5 years. Our nursery aims to encourage the development of children through play, interaction, creativity, physical activity and a warm and nurturing environment. Our Nursery is located in the prestigious Princes Dock development,…
  6. Making a Referral (ITT)

    How can we apply/make a referral?  A parent, teacher, tutor or anyone who works with or cares for a young person who may benefit from travel training, can make a referral. The young person must already qualify for free home to school transport due to their special educational…
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    Discretionary Housing Payments

    Discretionary Housing Payments help people who need extra help with their rent when their Housing Benefit or the housing cost element of Universal Credit does not meet the full value of their rent. If you are suffering severe financial hardship as a result, or your tenancy…
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    Free School Meals

    There are two free school meal schemes - universal infant free school meals and income related free school meals. Universal infant free school meals If your child attends a state funded infant school and is in reception class, year 1 or year 2 (key stage…
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    Housing Benefit

    Who can claim? You could get Housing Benefit to pay all or part of your rent if you’re unemployed or on a low income and live in: A council property. Private rented accommodation. A hostel. Housing association accommodation. If you're making a new claim for…
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    Sensory Service

    ‘The Sensory Service provides support for those with either a Vision Impairment or a Hearing Impairment and their families.  The Sensory Service is an Educational Service which support hearing impaired and visually impaired children and young people aged 0 to 25.  Where possible schools and…