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Short Breaks Local Offer for this Autumn Term

The Autumn offer has been published on the Local offer website on this page.

This information has also been emailed to all parent carers with an active account on the SBLO online system.  We regret that the online system is still not available to access by parents and carers due to the ongoing coronavirus situation.

We know how important overnight and short breaks are to families and we have been working hard with our providers to ensure that they are as available and accessible to families as possible. It may not be possible for Overnight Short Breaks and the Short Break Local Offer providers to keep children in the same bubble they are in during the school day, so we are asking providers to put in place other ways to minimise the risk of transmission of Coronavirus.

To find out more about Corona-19 and the precautions we need to take, visit https://www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/microsites/local-offer/coronavirus-updates.aspx

Join Playskill's drop-in session

Charlotte Kohnhorst answers your questions about literacy, numeracy or behavioural issues

Charlotte (pictured left) is a teacher & assessor of Specific Learning Difficulties (SLD) and will be available to answer your questions at the Playskills drop in surgery on

20 October 2020
Time: 8:15 pm - 9:15 pm

10 minute appointments are available for Playskill members/children.  

Click here to book 

All training events will be delivered via Zoom while Playskills navigate the COVID-19 restrictions. Please book on today so you do not miss out.

Mental Health & Wellbeing Workshops

Potential Kids  is a local charity that supports Neurodiverse children and their families.

Passionate about helping young people through these tough times of Covid-19, Potential Kids are offering free mental health and wellbeing workshops for students in years 7 - 13.

The workshops are aimed at providing young people with information, support and skills to enable them to understand and improve their own mental health and wellbeing and will be run by a qualified and experienced Mental Health Trainer from Potential Kids. 

You can download this poster and go online here to book

For more information about this programme or what Potential Kids could offer to your families, please contact susanna@potentialkids.org 

More here https://www.potentialkids.org/activities/

NESSie & Angels parent training

Are you waiting for an assessment of your child/young person aged 4 – 15 years who is displaying traits of ASD and/or ADHD?

Nessie and Angels training gives parent/carers the opportunity to explore and discuss these issues.

Places must be booked via our website: www.nessieined.com/events

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