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.
Changes to the Blue Badge rules in England in 2019 - to make it easier for people with hidden disabilities such as autism to qualify.
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.
Changes to the Richmond Home to School Travel for Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities policy
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: 08 April 2019 Please find attached a letter from Councillor Diane White, Portfolio Holder for Children’s Services including Education.
Kingston Council teams up with Bentall Centre to install first changing places toilet in town centre
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: 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: 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...
published on: 15 February 2019 Achieving for Children through Aiming High funding is giving children and young people who live within the Royal Borough of Kingston and the London Borough of Richmond the chance to enter a dra...
published on: 12 February 2019 Find out what happened when Clarendon Primary Centre ran into a paint supply problem!
published on: 11 February 2019 The council would like to ensure the facts are clear about the recent SEND consultation which was carried out between 13 December 2018 and 20 January 2019.
published on: 08 February 2019 A press release from Richmond Council.
published on: 07 February 2019 Contact reveal the outcome of the survey carried out recently about the future direction of Parent Carer Forums for Richmond and Kingston.
published on: 28 January 2019 The detailed needs analysis of all therapies across Kingston and Richmond is being completed.
published on: 03 January 2019 A FREE 15 week Personal Development course for young people aged 16-35 who have a disability or Autism.
published on: 10 December 2018 Well...... on Sunday 9th December Father Christmas attended a Christmas party at the Windham Croft Centre in Richmond.
published on: 10 December 2018 Contact are running a survey which aims to gather feedback and interest in a new Parent Carer Forum for Richmond and Kingston.
published on: 07 December 2018 We are pleased to announce the launch of our Section 10 Consultation. The consultation is a required part of the process of opening a new school (set out under section 10 of the Academies Act 2010).
published on: 03 December 2018 Kingston Council has appointed a new Disability Champion to coincide with the International Day of Disabled Persons (3 December).
published on: 21 November 2018 The Department for Education announced a programme of revisits to those local areas which were asked to produce a WSoA following their SEND inspections.
published on: 19 November 2018 Help Kingston Council to develop a new vision and strategy for children, young people and adults who are on the autistic spectrum.
Joint local area Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) inspection for Kingston upon Thames
published on: 05 November 2018 The outcome of a recent inspection of services across the Royal Borough of Kingston for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) will be published on the Ofs...
published on: 26 October 2018 Richmond Council is inviting parents, carers, young people and other stakeholders for their views on the future of services for children and young people with special educational needs and disabili...
published on: 24 October 2018 My name is Catherine Ratcliffe and I am an Associate working for Contact (formerly Contact a Family).
published on: 11 October 2018 Contact will shortly be inviting parents and carers to share their views on how a new model of parent carer participation will work across Kingston and Richmond.
Parents, carers and their children and young people in Kingston and Richmond are invited to give their views on the new respite centre provider specification.
published on: 10 October 2018 Under the Children Act 1989, the council has a duty as part of the range of services they provide for families, to provide breaks from caring to assist parents and others who provide care for disa...