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: 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: 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: 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: 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 You may notice a change of web address.
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: 19 March 2019 FREE Training Courses running now until Wed 28 Mar 2019 EVENINGS 6.30 - 8PM - ENROL NOW - HILLCROFT CAMPUS, SURBITON 18 - 21 MARCH Mon 18: Effective Communication Skills Tue 19:
published on: 19 March 2019 Hygiene is about well-being, self-confidence and dignity.
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: 07 January 2019 James Thomas has been appointed as the interim Director of Children’s Services (DCS) for Richmond.
published on: 21 November 2018 Pauline Maddison has been appointed as the new Director of Children’s Services (DCS) for Kingston on a twelve month contract.
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: 19 October 2018 Achieving for Children are recruiting sessional workers.
published on: 25 September 2018 Robert Henderson, the Director of Children’s Services for Richmond and Kingston councils and Deputy Chief Executive for Achieving for Children, will be taking up a new role as Executive Director of...
published on: 30 August 2018 The UK Safer Internet Centre has published a blog looking at online safety films parents and carers can use with their children to engage them in online safety education.
published on: 10 August 2018 DM Thomas Foundation for Young People has awarded a grant of £11,758 to provide free residential activities camps with Over The Wall for young people who are experiencing serious health challenges
published on: 02 August 2018 Some photos and a video about the recent Play Day event .
published on: 13 July 2018 On Wednesday 4th July staff from the NE Cluster Youth Team and the youth participation team held a successful event looking at the rise in hate crime and prejudice in the UK.
published on: 11 July 2018 Hello Healthwatchers! 'The right to complain is a key consumer right. Our role is to ensure that
published on: 27 June 2018 Richmond Borough Minds Youth Service has been working with schools and youth organisations in London since 2015.
published on: 03 May 2018 Sugar Smart Kingston Launched at a school health conference earlier this year with all primary school attending in the borough and many of its secondary schools.
published on: 12 April 2018 Richmond Borough Minds Youth Service has been working with schools and youth organisations in London since 2015.
published on: 27 March 2018 Richmond Borough Minds Youth Service has been working with schools and youth organisations in London since 2015.
published on: 26 March 2018 The National Autistic Society has launched a new campaign film to mark the start of World Autism Awareness Week 2018.
published on: 01 March 2018 Achieving for Children is consulting on behalf of the two councils on proposals to create some additional school places within the two boroughs.
published on: 08 February 2018 Real Talk is free confidential counselling service for children and young people aged 5-18.