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Contact details for Education Welfare Service.
Education provides young people with the opportunity to prepare for life. The Education Welfare Service (EWS) is a specialist education support service which seeks to help young people and their families get the best out of the education system.
The Education Authority’s Senior Management structure comprises five directorates and the Chief Executive’s Office. Each Directorate is responsible for a range of services and functions.
'Looked After Children' are those in the care of a Trust or who are provided with accommodation by a Trust. They may be living in residential homes, with foster carers, or with a family relative or friend.
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The Education Welfare Service (EWS) is a specialist education support service which seeks to help young people and their families get the best out of the education system.
The Education Library Service supports the DE vision ‘to enable each young person to achieve his/her potential’ and the aim of the Northern Ireland Curriculum ‘to empower young people to achieve their potential and to make informed and responsible decisions throughout their lives’.
The Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Service (DARS) came into effect on the 1st of September 2005 as part of the implementation of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Order (SENDO).
The Education Authority will always be willing to hear and consider your views.
If you require information, guidance and support on any aspect of the Induction/EPD programme or the role of the Teacher Tutor please contact the Induction/EPD team on the contact details below.
The Special Educational Needs Early Years Inclusion Service (SENEYIS) aims to promote the optimum development of pre-school children with special educational needs by providing support to children, families and pre-school settings.
Transition is a time of change when a child, with the support of their family, makes decisions as to which path to follow as they move from educational provision to adult life.
The Child Protection Support Service (CPSS) was first established in April 2006 and is part of the Education Authority’s Children & Young People’s Services Directorate.
The information provides hyperlinks to the legislation.gov.uk website.
This is a free resource for all Young People, teaching professionals, youth and community workers and parents.