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  • My Time to Play for children with sight loss
    Guide Dogs’ My Time to Play is a free service that helps children with sight loss aged from birth to four develop a broad range of skills through play in a group setting (both in-person and online). As a parent, being in a group means you’ll be able to meet people who […]
  • NEL SENCo’s can engage with parents through workshops
    Would you like to build parental engagement in children’s learning and development? Would you like to extend the skills of staff who work with children and young people with SEND? We can help! Join one or more of our free monthly curriculum workshops at Central Family Hub. There has never been a […]
  • Coffee morning
    Our SEND Team are proud to announce a range of new events for parents of children with SEND. This September we will be hosting regular coffee morning drop in sessions. Join us for a friendly chat over a coffee and a biscuit. Meet other parents of children and young people with SEND, […]
  • Successful employability programme for females returns
    CLIMB 4 Limited is pleased to announce their STEPP UP programme has received repeated funding from Humber Learning Consortium. This programme has been designed to support unemployed females age 18+ to get closer to employment or training. In particular those from minority groups or those experiencing access difficulties.  During previous cohorts we […]
  • Teens in North East Lincolnshire invited to get their jab
    16 and 17 year olds in North East Lincolnshire are now being offered the COVID vaccine following an announcement by the Government last week. The move to get all 16 and 17 year olds vaccinated with their first jab before the return to school in September is hoped to reduce the risk […]
  • Free technology for children with vision impairment
    Guide Dogs is giving free technology to children aged 3-18 with vision impairment. Find out more and apply. Assistive technology for visually impaired children | Guide Dogs. For children with a vision impairment, technology is vital. It develops learning, creativity, life skills, and ultimately, confidence and independence.  At Guide Dogs we believe […]
  • Could you host a Changing Places toilet?
    Toilet facilities that are open and inclusive to disabled people are an important step in making our communities more accessible, and now Government funding is being offered to create more of these facilities. Community groups, businesses and town and parish councils are being encouraged to bid through their Local Authority for funding […]
  • Guided beach safety walks
    Learn about where you live! Join the Cleethorpes Beach Safety Team on a guided beach walk. During the walk children and young people will lean about all the things they can do to stay safe on the beach. The beach safety walk is about feeling comfortable and confident in your environment. Walkers […]
  • New free summer activities
    Does your child get free school meals? Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) Programme places are funded summer activities that also provide healthy meals to children over the summer. There is funding for the parent, carer or older sibling of a child with SEND if they need to attend with them. The Inclusive […]
  • Free summer fun with Nature Lab and Outdoor Activities
    Join Positive Activities and Nature Lab in outdoors family fun. The activities are part of the Holiday Activities Food (HAF) programme which means it’s free for children who get free school meals. You will investigate habitats and local environments through team challenges and games like minibeasts, pond life, wildflowers, flora and fauna. […]
  • Teen Life- Autism programme
    The Teen Life Programme is a free programme for parents/carers of young people aged 10 to 16 years on the autism spectrum. The programme will restart in the new school year. What is the Teen Life Programme? Teen Life is a programme for parents and carers of young people aged 10-16 with […]
  • Free summer fun for SEND with the Inclusive Games
    Gear up for the Lincs Inspire Inclusive Games, a session specifically designed to offer access to adapted sports equipment, games and swimming for children with disabilities, including Autism. Join the Inclusive Games on 12 August from 1:30 – 5:30pm. Read the event page for the Lincs Inspire Inclusive Games. HAF – Funded […]
  • Heads Up substance awareness
    Parents and carers are invited to sign up for the Heads Up session. During the session you will get a basic understanding of substance use in adolescents. This training was requested by local parents who wanted to know more about the topic like the different kinds of substances and some of the […]
  • Summer fun for children who get free school meals
    Does your child get free school meals? Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) Programme places are funded summer activities that also provide healthy meals to children over the summer. There is funding for the carer or older sibling of a child with SEND or vulnerable child if they need to attend with them. […]
  • Parent Champion Group for deaf children and young people
    The new Parent Champion group for deaf children and young people gives parents the chance to share their voice, thoughts, and opinions as parents of deaf children and young people. It also provides a peer support network for parents and carers. The group is organised by Karen Jacklin and Debra Gregory Jones […]

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