The Learning Support Department are offering revision planning sessions for students taking exams this year, click the link above for more information.
Online magazine for parents and professionals which includes many useful articles and short pieces of information. You can subscribe for free via - https://www.autismeye.com/
Supported by Kent County Council, Bore Place is providing a Holiday Club for young people living in Kent to provide a natural break for children with additional needs.
We work with ODEON, Cineworld, Vue and Showcase cinemas to screen films in a sensory friendly environment for people of all ages to enjoy the cinema.
Vue host an autism friendly cinema screening on the last Sunday of every month at 10:15am, from £1.99. Vue's next autism friendly film screening is Ballerina on Sunday 26th March at 10:15am.
Cineworld host an autism friendly cinema screening on the first Sunday of every month at 11am.
Silver Screen Cinema, Guildhall St, Folkestone CT20 1DY. Exclusive hire of the cinema for an Autism-friendly screening without trailers.
Film starts at 10.30am (please arrive by 10.15am). Booking essential! £3 per person. Under 4s go free.
Do you know a young person who would benefit from attending a club specifically designed to support additional needs?
Held at Bore Place, TN8 7AR and supported by Kent County Council, the club is for young people aged 8-17 years living in Kent.
Welcome to The Kent Disabled Children’s Parent Driven Consortium (KDPDC) Independent Support Service.
My name is Hayley Prescott and I am the Independent Support Worker for the Ashford and Shepway district.
For your information I work for Includes us 2 which is one of the 5 parent driven charities who already offer support, advice, guidance and leisure services to hundreds of families in Kent.
For young people with additional needs.
A helpful guide on how to to Record Home Learning Tasks using the Calendar Facility.
This workshop is for parents or family members caring for a child or young person with any disability or Special Needs, with any ‘health’ need such as Complex Health, Learning Difficulty or Autistic Spectrum Disorder.
Click the link to read an articl on the welsh and british lions rugby player Lee Byren, who has Dyslexia.
Please see attached information leaflet about a support service for YP's emotional health