A calendar of activities and events updated by the local SEND community.
Important: The events listed here are not quality assured by the council. Our
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This session is delivered by a trainer with autism who is able to give a first person perspective of what it is like to be autistic.
By the end of this workshop participants will be able to;
Identify key areas where education can be problematic for autistic adolescents; including the impact of a child’s sensory profile, communication difficulties and transition to college.
Delivered by Aspens on behalf of West Sussex Mind
Sensory processing differences are a common trait of autism. Because of the autistic wiring of the brain, sensory stimuli can be processed in a different way making the world around them overwhelming and unpredictable. Such differences can have a severe impact on a child’s anxiety, learning, engagement and well-being.
Head2Head Sensory theatre have created a lockdown production of “Come Trot to Camelot” filmed at the home of two team members and at local woods. It is interactive and has Makaton signing. This production is normally performed at family activity events in school holidays over the country but these unfortunately have had to be cancelled due to the Corona Virus; so a video production has been cr
A small group session for children with Learning Difficulties, Autism and/or anxieties and their families.
Relax in a safe and secure environment while your children explore our sensory tent and have fun with games and craft activities.
Backstage familiarisation visit to explore the sets and multi-sensory props and characters of 'Come Trot to Camelot'.
Please bring a picnic as this is a
Sessions: 3 August (2pm) and 4 August (11.15am or 2pm) plus lunchtime activities from 12:45 - 14:00
Family Holiday Activities for children & young people with SEND, their siblings & parents/carers. Half-day sessions to include interactive, multi-sensory walkabout performance of 'Come Trot to Camelot'. Filled with fun songs, some signing, sensory experiences, rhyme, rhythm, rep
Offering fun sporting and creative activities including swimming, team games, art, Forest School and much more. Fully qualified, friendly and fun instructors will deliver a structured and balanced programme in our outstanding, age appropriate facilities and grounds.
We are now taking enquiries for Easter 2020: Monday 6th April - Wednesday 8th April, 9am - 3pm.
Places are available for boys and g
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