The Commonwealth games are taking place very soon, with the opening ceremony on the 28th of July and the closing ceremony on the 8th of August. It takes a variety of different skills, dedication and belief to get to this level as a sportsperson. Similarly, some people have to use these qualities in life in […]
Following feedback from parents, the Communication and Autism Team have widened their offer by developing a parent autism awareness course (CAT PAC) aimed at parents/carers of secondary age pupils. This course not only helps parents/carers to gain an understanding of autism and how it may present in their young person, but it also enables parents […]
Crick Software and Birmingham Physical Difficulties Support Service would like to invite you to our Clicker webinar Date: Thursday 25th November Time: 3:30 to 4:15pm For more details please click here for a copy of the flyer.
7th July 2021 Hope this blog finds everybody well. This academic year seems to have flown by! The Vision Support Team have been working hard supporting children and young people with vision impairment through their transitions from those going into nurseries, reception class to those starting secondary school and FE college. This is often an […]
By Emma Basudev. The last few weeks have been busy, since the emerging lock-down restrictions easing, it feels as though this summer term is one of change. Things are beginning to feel on a trajectory where ‘business as normal’ is resuming, although perhaps things might always be a little different. Part of this adaptation […]
By Gail Conway. It’s Deaf Awareness Week (3rd – 9th May 2021). #DeafAwarenessWeek2021 #StrongerTogether Did you know there are 11 million Deaf people in the UK? This equates to 1 in every 5 people having some sort of hearing loss. It is known as an invisible disability and in children with a hearing loss it […]