Young People’s Wellbeing During the COVID-19 Crisis Report – 14 October 2020 This report was written by Healthwatch Kingston and Richmond in collaboration with Youth Out Loud! (YOL!
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- Slide 1: Post 16 - Phase Transfer and Transition online event Information about what happens when you are moving between phases of education (either in year 11 or in the final year of your current programme of study) if you have an Education, Health and Care Plan.
- Slide 2: Your entitlement to a Parent Carer Needs Assessment (PCNA) Assessing what parents and carers need to enable them to carry on caring.
- Slide 3: 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 4: The Emotional Health Service Resource Hub is now live Helping families help themselves
- Slide 5: COVID 19 - Support for parents and carers of children with special educational needs, disabilities and complex health conditions
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.
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...
Richmond Council is delighted by the announcement by the Department for Education (DfE) that the education provider, The Beckmead Trust, will run the borough’s new special free school for children and young people with Social,...
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 school
This event took place on March 11th with support from the Council for Disabled Children (CDC).