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Kendrick School CareschemeLocaloffer

Academy Secondary & Sixth Form (Girls Grammer) Kendrick School has published their local offer providing information on Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)  
London RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 5BN

St Michael's Primary School CareschemeLocaloffer

Community Primary School St Michaels Primary School has published their local offer, providing information on special educational needs and disabilities.    
Dee RoadTilehurstReadingBerkshireRG30 4AS

Parenting Special Children - Mindful Music Workshops

Wednesday 1st June, 4.30-6pm. Wednesday 6th July, 4.30-6pm.
Mindful Music Listen – Create – Grow Whole Step CIC and Parenting Special Children are looking to start Mindful Music workshops for young people aged 13-18, who are either adopted, living with Foster Carers or Kinship Carers in Berkshire and Oxfordshire. Mindful Music helps us recall…

Parenting Special Children Community Support Groups

Fridays, 1 Apr; 6 May; 10 Jun; 8 July 2022
Fridays, 1 Apr; 6 May; 10 Jun; 8 July 2022 Community Parent/Carer Support Group, Whitley A support group for family members who have children/young people with additional needs living within the community of Whitley and Reading. A safe and supportive space for sharing experiences and gaining…
252Northumberland AvenueReading

Free Disability Cricket - Berkshire Cricket Foundation

Wednesdays 5-6pm - (starts Wednesday 30th March)
A new disability hub launches at Bulmershe Leisure Centre on Wednesday 30th March 5-6pm  The session is completely FREE and will run every week for the foreseeable and is suitable for anyone between the ages of 12-25. Myself Chris Baker will be the coach at the…
Woodlands DriveWoodleyRG5 3EU

National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi)- Time to Talk Next Steps

Free virtual support for young people with additional needs in England In July 2021, NDTi launched Time to Talk Next Steps , a three-year programme to support young people with additional needs aged 16-25 years across England with confidence building and motivation for the future. …