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Parents Asked to Participate in National Survey

Charity focuses on supporting the emotional needs of young people with dyspraxia/DCD

  • Posted On: 20 July 2018
  • Author: Katherine Lawson
  • Number of views: 204
Parents Asked to Participate in National Survey

Dyspraxia Awareness Week (7 – 13th October), this year focusses on supporting the emotional needs of young people with dyspraxia/DCD. To help raise awareness of the emotional impact of dyspraxia and the support needed to promote good mental health Dyspraxia Foundation are launching a survey to highlight the difficulties faced by those with this often misunderstood condition.

If you are a parent of a ‘child’ including those over the age of 18 years with dyspraxia/DCD you are invited to complete the survey for the relevant age group of your child. It should take no longer than 20 mins and your contribution will help the organisation to publish useful findings as part of their national week long campaign.

Please complete: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/N6RGHD9


SEND Schools' Workforce Launched

Programme aims to support schools to make SEND a priority

  • Posted On: 17 July 2018
  • Author: Katherine Lawson
  • Number of views: 351
SEND Schools' Workforce Launched

NASEN (National Association of Special Educational Needs ) and University College London are working together as a consortium Whole School SEND, aiming to improve outcomes for children and young people with SEND by scaling & embedding what they know works.


Movement for All

New Report Highlights the Importance of Students with Coordination Difficulties Being Included in Community Sport

  • Posted On: 7 July 2018
  • Author: Katherine Lawson
  • Number of views: 252
Movement for All

Motor function difficulties are not the main barrier to students with coordination difficulties accessing diverse activities.

 

 


Dancing for All

YES @ Richmond School launch an exciting Dance and Theatre Project for all

  • Posted On: 5 July 2018
  • Author: Katherine Lawson
  • Number of views: 235
Dancing for All

Following the success of their recent 'Cycling for All' project YES @ Richmond School are delighted to announce an exciting opportunity for students in Richmond and the surrounding area who love to dance.


Talk Boost

Government Fund focuses on developing early language and speech skills.

  • Posted On: 3 July 2018
  • Author: Stefanie Cappleman
  • Number of views: 266
Talk Boost

The Government have announced a £6.5 million fund to boost social mobility through projects supporting children who need the most help with early language and speech skills.


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