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    Creative Cares Drop In

    Every Tuesday 10.30am to 12pm
    Do you have a learning disability? Concerned, worried or just want to meet up and make new friends, well Creative Cares drop in might just be for you. We meet weekly for support & signposting, help & advice or just a friendly face a cuppa,…

    Relax Kids classes from Calm Careers

    Saturday morning classes from 9.00-11.00 am and other times during the week in schools.
    Relax Kids classes help children be more calm, focused and relaxed and supports them to become more confident and resilient, by increasing their emotional awareness and intelligence. We take children from a high to a low energy, encouraging them to relax, while letting them be…

    The Vibe

    The Vibe is a social club that offers the opportunity for anyone with a learning disability age 14+ to come along on a Saturday morning to meet up with or make new friends. Every week we have craft activities, bingo, games, snacks on sale, quizzes and…

    Whirling Wheels - Learn to ride, cycle training, bike riding , expert cognitive SEN cycle instructor for children, young people and adults

    Sessions are available to be booked after school, Saturdays from 8am to 6pm or Monday to Friday during school holidays
    I am a qualified Bikeability Cycle Instructor who specialises in teaching children, young people and adults with a cognitive special educational need how to ride two wheel bicycles. I have been working in special schools and families across London for the last 12 years with…

    Wildwood Alpacas Therapy and Education

    Open 9.00am-5.00pm
    Alpaca assisted therapy and education courses specialising in helping children and young people who won’t engage or show little interest or can be disruptive in mainstream educational setting. Alpacas are intelligent and inquisitive unlike humans they are non-judgemental and don’t confuse through verbal communications. They…
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