What Is The Importance Of Transitions

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These issues are important because it is crucial that previous practitioners working with the young person share important information with the college and the young person 's one-to-one support worker and tutor. "There are many transition points in the life of an individual. Transitions include a child moving from nursery into primary school; from primary to secondary school; and moving into adulthood. Significant transitions can also occur when an individual leaves long-term care, hospitalisation or prison. In all of these cases, information sharing is important to ensure that the person gets the support that they require, through and after the transition." (Department for Children, Schools and Families, and Communities and Local Government,
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