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Xplorer - (Orienteering)

Visit Bedfont Lakes Country Park to take part
This service or activity may not be running as normal due to COVID 19.  Please contact them directly to find out more. Xplorer is a family friendly fun navigation challenge that is educational and gives children a sense of adventure as they explore the park…
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Support offered for children with special educational needs and disabilities

Worple Primary School


All schools must publish their own local offer, this is also known as the SEN information report. The report will include the following: how they identify a child or young person with SEND the adjustments they are making to the curriculum and learning environment what…
020 8321 8100
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Support offered for children with special educational needs and disabilities

Winter Sports Tool and Guide


This is a tool designed for anyone with a disability​ who might want to try a winter sport in 2020 such as skiing. It is an interactive guide that can clarify to people how they might find the winter sports activity that best suits their requirements.…
Support offered for children with special educational needs and disabilities

William Hogarth Primary School


All schools must publish their own local offer, this is also known as the SEN information report. The report will include the following: how they identify a child or young person with SEND the adjustments they are making to the curriculum and learning environment what…
020 8994 4782
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The Wild Mind Project


The Wild Mind Project is a not-for-profit CIC that offers early intervention for young people living with, or susceptible to, stress, depression and anxiety. We use a unique combination of outdoor art therapy, designed to facilitate verbal and non-verbal communication, strengthen relationships and advance coping…
02089779989 07515355796
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Support offered for children with special educational needs and disabilities

Wheelchair skills clubs


Social clubs for wheelchair users aged 2 to 25 who want to meet people and practice new skills. Clubs are free, open to everyone, and they offer you a safe place to learn. Support for all levels Experienced wheelchair users share your skills, practice wheelies, support…