The Wild Mind Project have a programme funded by The National Lottery, that offers free places for 13-25 year-olds to take part in a 5-weekly half-day programme, starting in September 2020 at various locations in Richmond, Kin...
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- Slide 1: A new accessibility tool is now live on this website! Look out for the "Recite me" button at the top of the website. You can now translate the site and read aloud in English and other languages. Plus many more useful ways to make the website work better for you.
- Slide 2: The Emotional Health Service Resource Hub is now live Helping families help themselves
- Slide 3: COVID 19: latest information and advice
Welcome to Community Information on the AfCinfo site for Kingston and Richmond
This section of our website contains information for the wider community of parents, carers and community partners including childcare providers, schools, voluntary sector and employers.
You can find information on activities and events, childcare and early education options, family support including parenting and emotional health.
Please see below Achieving for Children's letter to parents and carers from Charis Penfold (Director for Education Services) and Ian Dodds (Director of Children's Services) regarding the current education situation amidst thi...
Click here for COVID 19: latest information and advice
The People Can Project will be a ground-breaking project with a focus on disabled and/or autistic people in partnership with Kingston Council and the Public Health team.
From 14 April 2020, the car theory test will include 3 multiple-choice questions based on a short video. The change will make the theory test more accessible, especially to people with a: