Two events on 16th January & some Sunshine
Updated: Mar 15, 2019
Happy New Year! The world is slowly returning to some sense of normal again perhaps?
There will be another SENDspeak at the weekend, but these two (non-conflicting events) are coming soon, so here is as much notice as possible…
1 Health – Calling Kingston Parent/Carers Organiser: SENDspeak
Do you have a child or young person with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND)?
Would you like to discuss your experiences of the health services near you?
Come and meet the Lead Children’s Health Commissioner and talk about what could work better (and what works well).
Doreen Redwood has recently taken on responsibility for Children's Health Commissioning for Kingston CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group). She is therefore now responsible for both Richmond and Kingston children’s health commissioning. Early indications are that Kingston families need to have their own voices heard as a distinct group.
This is an introductory meeting for parents and carers of children and young people with SEND resident in the borough of Kingston.
There are no promises, just the beginnings of working together.
Wednesday 16th January 2019 - 9.30am for 10am start Old Malden Children's Centre
100 Lawrence Avenue, New Malden, KT3 5NB
Please rsvp to email@example.com to book your place.
2 SEN Coffee morning – Richmond Preparing for Adulthood team Organiser: Achieving for Children
“This is our 2nd coffee morning event for the Preparing for Adulthood Team; these will be held termly to give families in Richmond and Kingston an opportunity to meet the team.
The coffee morning is an informal event, however there will be a introduction at the beginning to introduce the team members. Following this there is an opportunity for you to network and to meet with your Preparing for Adulthood Coordinator over a cup of tea or coffee."
Wednesday 16th January - 9.30am to 11.30am
York House, Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1 3AA
Please register your attendance at the coffee morning using the Eventbrite link below.
3 Sunshine & Happy New Year from Clarendon Primary Centre
During their first term at the school’s new site, pupils at Clarendon drew their mosaic designs onto the re-purposed breeze block walls. The pupils then made the mosaics themselves with the assistance of a local community artist.
Happily, over Christmas, the elves completed the background to the pupil’s work (and are now are taking a rest whilst waiting for warmer weather before grouting and painting.)
If you have any questions at all, please ask and I'll do my best to find an answer.
With best wishes, Romany