Achieving for Children (AfC) commissions holiday clubs, Saturday clubs and after school clubs for children and young people with disabilities. These contracts are coming to an end.
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- Slide 1: Richmond Parent Carer Forum - Early Years online drop in sessions Are you worried about your child’s development? Richmond PCF is oﬀering virtual drop-in sessions for parents of children 0 - 5 years who are concerned about their child’s progress and would like support from other parents. The sessions are for families living in the borough of Richmond.
- Slide 2: FUEL - Feed Ur Everyday Lives Programme The holiday activities and food programme will be taking place over Easter, summer and Christmas holidays. It will offer a range of fun, enjoyable activities and food to children aged 5 to 16 years who are eligible for free school meals.
- Slide 3: Have your say about clubs for children and young people with disabilities - Short Breaks We are seeking your views on the recommissioning of Short Break contracts in Kingston and Richmond.
- Slide 4: New Special Educational Needs and Disability Register in Kingston and Richmond
- Slide 5: 18 + and looking for rewarding part time work ? Could you be a companion to a child/young person with additional needs so they can access social and leisure activities that they may not otherwise be able to do?
- Slide 6: Open letter from Vicky Ford the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families to parents and carers of children and young people with SEND, their families and those who support them.
Welcome to the SEND Local Offer for Kingston and Richmond
This section of the website provides information on local services and support available for families including children and young people aged 0 - 25 years with special educational needs or disabilities.
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.
Following years of intense lobbying, Richmond Council has secured an agreement with the Department for Education which is aimed at addressing Richmond’s Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) funding gap over the co...
New Special Educational Needs and Disability Registers for both Kingston and Richmond have gone live this week.