October Short Breaks
Routeways are running two of our popular Short Breaks activities during the October School Holidays.
If you would like your child to attend please contact your PSA Mrs Powell, we have limited spaces available. If the activity is fully booked you will be placed on a waiting list and will be contacted by email if a place becomes available.
These Holiday Activities are for disabled children who qualify for direct access specialist Short Breaks. More information at Short Breaks. £10.00 per session.
Tuesday 24th October - Discover Dartmoor
Enjoy a walk on Dartmoor, follow Nature Trails, participate in a Bug Hunt and Den Building with natural materials.
Wednesday 25th October - Spooky Scavenger Hunt
Join us for a fun day a the Park, we will be making pumpkin shaped slime filled cupcakes, skull pizza, scary scarecrows and carving pumpkins.
Please find below details of an Inclusive Sports Information Morning at Plymouth Life Centre on Wednesday 22 November 2017 from 10am-12 noon for parents of young people with additional needs in both Special and Mainstream schools.
Please direct any queries to Katy Wedgwood at: email@example.com
After the success of the sports information morning at the Life Centre back in March, I would like to hold another event so that we can get information out to all parents of young people with additional needs across the City and surrounding areas.
Last time we focused on young people who were in Year 9 upwards with the emphasis being on supporting young people as they approach the transition from school to life after 18 so that they could continue to access sport.
We had a number of parents attend from Primary schools who had heard about the event, and I am keen to run this event again for parents of all young people across the age range with additional needs in both Special and Mainstream schools.
I can only do this with your support so I am asking you to confirm whether you could attend another information morning on Wednesday 22nd November 10am - 12midday. (set up from9am)
The feedback was fantastic and we had some real successes in signposting young people and their families to clubs they didn't know existed or that they could access.
I am passionate about this and I know that this is something that is essential in supporting young people and parents.
Please get back to me as soon as you are able to, to let me know if you are happy to be involved again.
Plymouth Parent Carer Voice (PPCV)
‘Driving change and improvement for SEND services in Plymouth through collaborative engagement’
These events will be led by James Cooke and team, from Plymouth’s Child Development Centre. Places will be limited, therefore will need to be booked in advance.
These workshops are designed primarily for parents of children with SEND, but are also relevant for those working with children with SEND. Therefore we have reserved a few places for teachers and TAs who may wish to attend.
Exact dates, times and booking options are to be confirmed and will be announced on our website and social media pages in due course. www.plymouthpcv.co.uk
Please pass this information on to your SEND parent body and we look forward to seeing you soon.