Clubs Students at Riverside can attend a range of after-school activities run by ‘Team Spirit’. Activities include cricket, football, yoga, bowling boccia, swimming, environmental work and enterprise activities.
We run inclusive after school clubs and holiday playschemes where disabled and non-disabled children play together. Markfield’s highly trained staff are experienced in including children with a wide range of disabilities. We have youth clubs in the afternoon and evening with music, art, sport, films, where young people can socialise, relax and choose activities they enjoy. Our daytime and evening social clubs for adults with learning disabilities, autism or Aspergers Syndrome include dance, art, trips and discussion groups.
At Step by Step we passionately believe in supporting local young people who are going through hard times. We take a unique step by step approach, providing accommodation, personal development opportunities, and specialist support services. Our approach helps young people to identify and fulfil their aspirations.
Haringey Shed is an inclusive theatre and performing arts company for children and young people. We provide a range of term time after school activities and holiday programmes as well as outreach work in the community, working in local schools, nurseries and community centres.
Oakmont Social Education aims to provide an environment where our service users are able to enjoy an excellent quality of life. Through support, development plans, therapeutic and educational sessions we strive to develop our service user’s access to opportunities, such as work experience, employment and independent living.
Remark! is a Deaf led organisation, established in 1999. We are passionate about the Deaf community and provide a range of services to meet the needs of our clients.
Our services include BSL interpreting, BSL training, subtitling, in-vision and support workers.
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You can find more information about SEND for 0 to 25 years olds on Health | Support | Money | Preparing for adulthood | Policies and resources and the Local Offer on the Haringey Council website.
Direct payments are money payments paid to you by the council to pay for your care and support. They are an easy and convenient way of receiving the council's part of your personal budget, which is the amount of money you need to pay for your care and support. More information on the Haringey Council website.
A Personal Budget is an amount of money that some people who have high care needs are eligible for. It includes the assessed contribution you pay and your local council provide money in addition to make the full amount. You can have choice, freedom and flexibility over how and when your care is arranged - it puts you in control. You can choose these services in Haringey by looking at the local offer. More information on the Haringey Council website.
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