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  1. Monday 5th October 9.30-12.30 and 1-5pm, Tuesday 24th October 9.30-3.30, Wednesday 25th October 9.30-12.30 and 1-5pm, Thursday 26th October 1-5pm
    Make/Sense Theatre are running their popular holiday clubs again throughout October Half Term. We are running sessions to cater for young people with additional needs, including (but not limited to) those with Autism, ADHD, MLD, SLD, SEMH and complex medical needs. Our three different sessions…
    Conwy CloseTilehurstReadingBerkshireRG30 4BU
  2. MONDAY 23 OCTOBER, 3pm Karen Ní Bhroin, ConductorTim Steiner, PresenterAngie Newman, BSL Interpreter Musicians from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Join musicians from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for a playful, interactive introduction to orchestral music! Featuring 25 musicians performing a range of music in ways you’ve never imagined, this…
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  3. October 2023
     A CELEBRATION of music, art, theatre and debate are all on offer for this year’s Black History Month 2023 in Reading. This year's programme, taking place across the town during October, recognises the important contribution our diverse black community has made, and continues to make,…
  4. The CMA has been in existence for 12 years and has been active in the Caversham area in delivering bespoke services to the local Muslim community and surrounding areas. Our services include youth events, ladies' wellbeing and education activities, youth activities excursions, provision of Islamic…
  5. At Trinity Homecare, we’re a multi-award-winning home care provider that’s committed to supporting life’s journeys. We arrange bespoke care plans with you in the centre. From compassionate companionship to heartfelt and respectful personal care, our committed team will be by your side to support you…
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    Learning for Life covers late primary, secondary, and beyond school, focusing on the Relationships and Sexual Education curriculum. The resources are created in line with what the Down’s syndrome community needs; teaching on personal health, emotions, relationships, and appropriate behaviour. Current resources explore Growing Up…
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    Teach Me Too provides resources for early years and KS1. It covers Literacy, Maths, the Wider Curriculum, Exploring Language, and Language through Play. These resources are created with specialist speech and language therapists for children with Down’s syndrome/ SEN, to be used at home, in…
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