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  • Grand Opening!

    Come along and join the fun on 30th July for the Grand Opening Celebrations! From 11:30 - 4pm Lots to see and do. Tresham Centre for Disabled Children 27 Swain St, Marylebone, London NW8 8TS Special Guests All Welcome.
  • Disabled Children's Newsletter - Summer Term 2019 edition published

    The Summer Term edition of the Disabled Children's Newsletter has been published. The newsletter lets families know about all the developments that have been happening across the Bi-Borough Short Breaks Service.  In this edition find out about the new Short Breaks Parent Training Programme, the…
  • Road Safety Week 18th - 24th November 2019

    Educators! Register now for #RoadSafetyWeek in November and receive free recourses from @brakecharity on the theme ‘Step up for Safe Streets’ roadsafetyweek.org.uk/action-pack #StepUp
  • Follow us on Facebook!

    We have recently started a Facebook page where we are posting information about events in the local and near by areas, childcare information and any otgher useful information for you. Please follow us to stay up-to-date with all that is going on in Westminster. Follow…
  • Hungry Little Minds Campaign

    Children soak up every little bit of stimulation you can give them. It’s all the little things that make a big difference with the development of their speech and understanding of words. Everyday moments can be used to boost your child’s learning, and they are…
  • Alert: Heatwave

    High temperatures both outdoors and indoors may harm children’s health. In the event of a heatwave alert, local authorities will be alerted by the Met Office, and the alert will be more widely publicised. The advice given here.  focuses specifically on children and is provided for…
  • New 'Recovery and Resilience' resource for nurseries and schools

    As we pass the date that marks two years since the Grenfell Tower tragedy, the Bi-borough Educational Psychology Consultation Service (EPCS) has developed a 'Recovery and Resilience' resource booklet for nurseries and schools affected by Grenfell. The booklets provide information and practical advice for staff…
  • Help shape the Caxton Afterschool Club for children with disabilities

    In September Caxton Youth Organisation will be piloting an Afterschool Club for children aged 5-10 who have disabilities. Ahead of that, they are running two consultation events (one in June, and one in July) to engage as many families as possible to help shape the…
  • SEND Events at London Transport Museum

    For seven days every year, London Transport Museum opens its doors outside of usual hours to create a relaxed atmosphere perfect for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).  A these special times, the museum will be quiet and free from…
  • A day to celebrate young carers

    Some children and young people play a significant role supporting a family-member with a disability or who suffer from long-term or severe health problems. This might be  with washing, helping the person to move about, or cooking, shopping and filling their paperwork. Children and young…
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