published on: 30 November 2017 Are you struggling to find the means to take a holiday this year or to buy some disability-related equipment? KCIL funds two schemes that might be able to help.
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: 20 July 2020 Kingston Council is delighted by the announcement by the Department for Education (DfE), today, that the education provider Ambitious about Autism Schools Trust will run the borough’s new special s...
published on: 19 March 2021 Kingston Council has secured agreement from the Department for Education to cover a long-standing deficit in the amount it receives to support children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
published on: 24 April 2017 The SEND Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) for the Royal Borough of Kingston is now uploaded onto the JSNA website. View the Kingston SEND JSNA
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: 28 June 2018 The SEND Governance Review Guide is now available to download.
published on: 09 February 2021 London Youth Games are putting young disabled Londoners at the heart of competition, empowering them to set, film, complete and share challenges as part of the LYG Virtual Inclusive Games.
Matthew Barnes, Specialist Adviser, SEND, on local area SEND inspections and the myths surrounding them
published on: 03 January 2018 Ofsted publish a blog which looks at the way Ofsted inspects education, from early years to schools and the further education and skills sector.
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.