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Restricted Growth Association (RGA)

The Restricted Growth Association (RGA) is a registered charity that provides information and support to people of restricted growth and their families. The RGA provides support to those experiencing the social and medical consequences of restricted growth (dwarfism). The RGA's membership is comprised of…

Income Support

You may be able to get Income Support if you meet all the specific conditions including: you and your partner have no income or a low income you’re working less than 16 hours a week you…

The Charity for Civil Servants

The Charity for Civil Servants is a grant is available for people who have or has a parent or carer who is currently or has been an employee of the Civil Service or associated organisations.  Who can apply? People who have or has a parent…

Splatter Dance - Children's Creative Dance Classes

Splatter Dance use popular themes, stories and ideas each term to explore, create and develop their own movement & dances.  Sessions include:  'Swirl' (4-6 year olds) - A fun class for children to begin creating their own ideas & dances whilst also developing social…

Tinies Nannies

Nannies look after children in the child’s home.  Using childcare in a home environment can be more flexible than some other forms of childcare as children can also enjoy real life learning experiences like cooking, shopping, gardening and outings to the park and the library.

Educational Welfare Officers at Franciscan Primary School

Educational Welfare Officers, gain advice and support on how the school system works in relation to children attending school. This service supports families with children who do not attend school regularly and on time. Families can get advice and information on: how school life is; taking children…

Immigration Advisory Service

Immigration Advisory Service is the UK's largest charity providing advice in immigration and asylum law. The helpline and website are for anyone affected by the issues surrounding immigration and asylum law.  The Immigration Advice Service offers: 

SENDirect

In 2011 nine of the leading charities in the disability sector decided to start working in partnership in order to collaborate on the development of new products and services, to meet the growing and changing needs of children and young people with special educational needs…

London Wetland Centre

Calling all schools! Come and explore Winter wonders at the London Wetland Centre. An exciting way to start the spring term! At the wetland centre you will be able to; explore how ducks meet their basic needs explore what they eat explore why they…

Special educational needs and disability code of practice: 0-25 years

The SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) code of practice: 0-25 years is now available to download from the GOV.UK website.    This statutory code is for: headteachers and principals governing bodies school and college staff SEN coordinators early education providers health and social services staff local…