We are recruiting for the following roles to be based at our College site:-
Learning Mentor - 30.58 hours per week. Permanent Contract
Learning Mentor - 27 hours per week. Fixed Term Contract
Class Tutor - Full Time - Main Pay Range
Please click HERE for more information
Our Young Carers Projects include Respite Clubs, Trips, Family Support Worker, School Link Work, Young Adult Carer Transitional Support (all services are free of charge). For more information please visit the website www.affc.org.uk
Cineworld, Odeon and Vue Cinemas now host Autism Friendly Films:-
If you receive DLA, don't forget to apply for your Cinema Card entitling you to FREE entry for any accompanying adult taking your child to the cinema.
Great Baddow Races, a great way to fundraise. It's their 36th year of this event. Join in either the 2 mile Fun Run or the 10 mile road race (17 years old and over). Click HERE for further details
Calling girls aged 5-11 with additional needs who feels socially isolated. Click HERE for further details on our approved football association.
We aim to develop the children and young people's independence, self-esteem and social skills in a supportive environment. For more information on what they offer please click here
Falcon Bowling and Social Club are offering Taster Sessions every Friday night at 6.30pm and Junior sessions at 4.15pm. For more information see the following link
Every Friday evening (term time only) between 7.30-9.30pm for ages 9-14-year-olds. Membership £3.00 - Members £1.00. For more information please call - 01245 478679
Cirdan Sailing Trust provided children life skills about living and working on large vessels. For further information please see the attached below and the following website - www.cirdantrust.org
Dance 21 is a dance group for young people with Downs Syndrome aged between 5-16 years old. Further details are attached below. Click HERE for further information
This organisation can accommodate people of all ages and abilities with learning difficulties, physical disabilities and mental health illnesses. Their website explains in more depth exactly what they do and who they are http://disability4sport.co.uk
Click HERE for the latest edition.
1st Wednesday of the month 9.30-12pm at Chelmsford Family Hub, Chelmsford Library CM1 1QH. By appointment only - 01245 283396
One to One support including assistance with Disability Living Allowance (DLA) applications and other benefits. Information, advice and support on educational issues including assessments, SEN support, Education Health Care Plans and exclusions.
Click HERE for the latest newsletter
Essex family Wellbeing are holding sessions around topics and issues concerning 4-19 year olds. Click HERE for details on dates and times.
Delivering fun and engaging performing arts classes led by professional tutors since 1995. Held at Moulsham High School on Saturday mornings for 3-18 year olds. Click HERE for more information.
If you would like advice on apps, sites, games or general online safety for your child, please call 0808 800 5002 (Mon-Fri 9am-7pm)
Click HERE for details on clubs and short breaks for Children and Young People with Special Education needs and/or Disabilities.
Wednesday 22nd May SNAP are celebrating a mile stone. Click HERE for further details.
The Hut Youth Centre in Braintree currently offers several nights per week for young people to go along. They do not currently have a specific SEN night but if numbers increase they are more than willing to open up another day.
The Hut Youth Centre, Project Charity, 10 Leather Lane, Braintree, CM7 1UZ
Click HERE for further information.