published on: 27 February 2018 The Samaritans are looking for young people of all backgrounds with an interest in emotional health to help develop new resources for young people.
Skoda launch "Driver’s Seat Initiative" to encourage young people to pursue their creative passions and have a positive impact in their local communities.
published on: 23 February 2018 Skoda in collaboration with the Prince's Trust are looking for 16-25 year olds who are not engaged in education, employment or training, who show a Driven By Something Different attitude and want ...
published on: 20 February 2018 The number of school places in the borough for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) is set to increase following a £1 million investment by Kingston Council.
published on: 19 February 2018 Are you blind or visually impaired and would like to try mainstream games on devices such as the PlayStation 4 or try VR (Virtual Reality) on the Oculus Rift?
published on: 19 February 2018 On the Ball, our programme of sport and parent support, for families whose children have social communication needs starts again in April.
published on: 19 February 2018 The National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) has been commissioned by the Health and Wellbeing Alliance as part of their contribution in closing the disability employment gap to understand th...
published on: 08 February 2018 Real Talk is free confidential counselling service for children and young people aged 5-18.
published on: 06 February 2018 The aim of The Daily Mile is to improve the physical, social, emotional and mental health and wellbeing of our children – regardless of age, ability or personal circumstances.
published on: 05 February 2018 Nearly 100 children and adults with physical, sensory and learning disabilities will soon be able to take part in horse carriage driving in the local area, thanks to funding from Richmond Council’s...
published on: 05 February 2018 Some changes are being proposed to the format of EHCP guidance for children and young people in Year 9 and above, to improve Preparing for Adulthood.