The Council, in partnership with Achieving for Children, Directors of Public Health and local Councillors across Richmond and Kingston have launched a statement of support for schools in their delivery of the new national Rel...
Information for families including children and young people aged 0 - 25 years with special educational needs or disabilities.
- Education, Health and Care provision
- Short Breaks including leisure and social activities
- Employment and training options
- Youth Services
- Emotional Health support
- Activities and events
- Childcare and education
- Family support services
- Information for childcare and other professionals
Kingston Council commissioned the Local Government Association to complete a Peer Challenge of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Services. Their Feedback Report is now available here.
The FUEL summer programme is now open to enrol your child on a free holiday club programme over July and August. There are free places available for children and young people eligible for free school meals.
Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) will carry out jointly, an inspection of your local area - Richmond.
Our very own Dr Jo Steer, Associate Director for Emotional Health, has just published this excellent book called Understanding Girls & Women with ADHD. She says: