published on: 07 October 2019 Green light has been given for the King Charles Centre in Surbiton to be sold to the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government and the Education and Skills Funding Agency.
published on: 02 October 2019 Richmond Council have commissioned a review of SEND provision within the borough from The Local Government Association (LGA).
published on: 26 September 2019 Youth groups on the Cambridge Road Estate have created a striking wall mural, teaming up with the #DropAKnifeSaveALife campaign,
published on: 12 September 2019 Our specialist programme at our Hillcroft Campus in Surbiton is to help women get back into learning or to progress their education to higher level or employment.
published on: 06 September 2019 Kingston Council cautiously welcomes the Chancellor's spending round announcement to increase funding for council run services including adult social care, SEND and reducing homelessness.
published on: 02 September 2019 Kingston Shopmobility Service currently provides short-term hire of wheelchairs and scooters to help people get around the shops in Kingston Town Centre.
published on: 29 August 2019 Every month Citizens Advice Kingston share a story about what has happened to one of their clients, the problems they have had and how CAK have helped them to overcome difficulties.
published on: 14 August 2019 We will be improving the way we communicate the work of the work of SEND Partnership Board in Richmond by publishing details on dedicated web pages.
published on: 30 July 2019 I just wanted to inform you all that Richmond CAMHS has now moved site from Richmond Royal Hospital to Barnes Hospital. The full address and telephone number is: South Worple Way
published on: 26 July 2019 A crowdfunding project that will ensure that music lessons are available to SEND students at special schools in Kingston and will support staff in these settings to be more confident in delivering ...
published on: 22 July 2019 The NHS wants to improve toileting services for children and young people with SEND. Take part in their survey and research.
published on: 17 July 2019 An alert card and passport scheme aimed at improving how police interact with people with autism is being introduced.
published on: 17 July 2019 A crowdfunding project that will ensure that music lessons are available to SEND students at special schools in Kingston and will support staff in these settings to be more confident in delivering ...
published on: 11 July 2019 The National Children’s Bureau (NCB) has been commissioned by the Department for Education to conduct a customer satisfaction surveycollecting feedback from all those who have sought the help of SE...
published on: 02 July 2019 New national campaign launched with ideas to support children's learning at home, or as part of everyday activities like catching the bus or doing the shopping.
published on: 06 June 2019 New Blue Badge rules in England to come into force on 30 August.
published on: 21 May 2019 An opportunity to raise the profile of parent carers, and their needs.
published on: 15 May 2019 Following consultation with parents and carers in November and December 2018, and the decision made by Richmond Council in February 2019, two new policies have been published on the Local Offer web...
published on: 30 April 2019 Dysart is consulting on a proposal to expand the school to 125 pupils from this September.
published on: 09 April 2019 The Department for Education has funded the development of new apps which are games for students to simulate different graduate career paths to help them make better choices about their future.
published on: 08 April 2019 Please find attached a letter from Councillor Diane White, Portfolio Holder for Children’s Services including Education.
published on: 05 April 2019 Kingston Council is working with the Bentall Centre to improve disabled facilities at Kingston’s iconic shopping centre, with work under way to install the town's first changing places service toilet.
published on: 02 April 2019 The Universities Minister Chris Skidmore launched two apps which empower students to make better choices about where and what to study at university.
published on: 29 March 2019 1 in 10 young people have a diagnosed mental heath problem with many more struggling but diagnosed, in Richmond we have very high achieving schools but young people are struggling with the pressur...
published on: 28 March 2019 Seventy children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) from Dysart School saddled up and are now Bikeability trained thanks to our cycle trainers.
published on: 28 March 2019 You may notice a change of web address.
published on: 25 March 2019 The first meeting of the renewed Richmond SEND Partnership Board was held last week on Thursday .
published on: 22 March 2019 Following consultation with residents, services at four children's centres in Kingston will be remodelled as part of plans to provide more outreach services and create family-focused hubs.
published on: 21 March 2019 Jo Steer, Head of the Emotional Health Service for Kingston and Richmond, has become a published author.
published on: 20 March 2019 This document outlines the commitment of Kingston Council, Kingston’s Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Achieving for Children (AfC) to address the areas of concern which were identified in K...