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  • BIRMINGHAM TOWNHALL - Relaxed Performances

    Published 07/02/19
    Events Zog - Sunday 21st April @ 15:00 & Tabby Mc Tat - Sunday 25th August @ 15:00   Read More
  • Parks 4 Play - February Playscheme

    Published 05/02/19
    Parks for Play is a ten year old south Birmingham non- for- profit Comapny and Charity located in Kingsheath. The organisation has been delivering exceptional play and leisure opportunities in community venues, streets and of course, parks, since inception. For further details see the attach... Read More
  • PARENT / CARER WORKSHOPS

    Published 29/01/19
    We warmly invite you to a series of workshops that have been written and led by trainers who are parent/carers of a child with additional needs themselves. These workshops are for parent/carers of children and young people of any age, with any additional need following diagnosis. They are an atte... Read More
  • Family Dog Workshops

    Published 24/01/19
    Please see attached, some information on a family dog workshop. They specialise in helping you if you are thinking of getting a dog for your child who has autism.  They are running a series of workshops to offer support and advice on choosing the right dog and how to train an existing pet. Read More
  • Midlands Arts Centre - JAM Courses

    Published 17/01/19
    MAC Makes Music’s JAM Courses provide exciting and high quality music making for children in a range of age groups between the ages of 6 months - 11 years who have additional needs (including but not limited to physical disability, learning disability, autism, sensory impairment). These c... Read More
  • Families Together at Christmas

    Published 14/12/18
    Please see attached for information on a Christmas concert at the Town Hall in Birmingham for all the family. Tickets are free but you need to book direct (see information on attached sheet). It sounds a lovely event for the whole family with some great acts. Read More
  • DEP children visit care home weekly!

    Published 23/11/18
    Intergenerational care is the practice of bringing the young and elderly together by introducing nurseries, schools and care homes to one another. DEP, Sharks class have been visiting residents at Anita Stone Court care home on a weekly basis.  Read More
  • December ebulletin

    Published 23/11/18
    Contact West Midlands Read More
  • Free Family Christmas Show - A Christmas Carol

    Published 09/11/18
    Contact Midlands is hosting a free family theatre show for families of disabled or special needs children. The event will be held at the The Buzz Theatre in the TouchBase Pears building on the Bristol Road in Selly Oak on Monday 10th December. The show starts at 6.00pm and lasts for one hour... Read More
  • Children in Need - School Bake Off

    Published 06/11/18
    It is the time of year again where as a school we will be helping to support the great work of Children in Need. Children in Need provides grants to projects in the UK that support children and young adults. Children in Need want every child in the UK to have a childhood that is safe, secure, happy... Read More
  • iPad Traininig Oppotunity

    Published 26/10/18
    This academic year, Dame Ellen Pinsent School will be offering iPad training workshops led by staff from the school. We will be hosting five workshops across the year covering a range of topics from Animation to Coding and introducing attendees to a number of different apps on the iPad. Read More
  • Cycling with additional needs: Training Opportunity.

    Published 26/10/18
    Cycle South Brum is a project that wants to get people of all ages and abilities cycling. As part of the project we teach cycling to children with additional needs such as Autism, Dyspraxia, Aspergers and Hypermobility. We deliver bespoke one to one lessons; taking the needs of each child on board t... Read More