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Defiance WalkWoolwich DockyardWoolwichLondonSE18 5QL
2 tutors, one of whom is autistic, support a group of 4 autistic adults to learn simple baking skills. We cover how to make a Victoria Sandwich, small cakes, pastry, scones and olive bread (pizza). We also teach basic food hygiene such as personal hygiene, cleaning and cross contamination. The sessions run throughout the year for 10 weeks for each group of people. Sessions are 3-6pm each Wednesday. These sessions would be suitable for autistic adults of any age who have an interest in baking and who are looking to gain experience for their CVs . We aim to produce cakes for sale…
3 S C Ltd, Ibex House 42-47MinoriesLondonEC3N 1DY
Service for the re-engagement of young people excluded from school. Delivered by 3SC - the Lead - in partnership with Springboard Bromley and Streetvibes Youth.Young people must be aged 14-16 years old; have received multiple fixed-term exclusions from mainstream provision. They must be resident in a London Borough and at risk of being Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET).Eligible young people can access holistic support encouraging them to re-engage in education and improve behaviour and for some young people support with accessing…
Calling young people aged 9 to 25 who are attending A SEN School/College. We are 46th Woolwich Scoutlink Group based in Charlton Academy since 2000. As we start our 20th year we are inviting you to join our Special Needs Group. We do Badge work that’s adjusted to their abilities. Camps, several a year from weekends to a full week in the summer, even a Christmas that’s indoors. Leaflets available in the reception, so please share or email Michael the Group Leader for more information. Mondays 6pm to 7.30pm Term Time ONLY.
Charlton Park RoadCharltonCharltonLondonSE7 8HX
SEN Explorer Scout Group based at Charlton Academy SE7 8HX. We cater for all SEN young boys and girls from 9 years old to 25 on Monday evening at 6pm until 7.30m we follow the Scouting UK rules, but we are a totally inclusive group. Young people wanting to stay on after they reach 25 can help the group grow. We have days out, camping Christmas camp as well (All indoors) open since January 2000 Fees £50 per term this includes yearly subscription/insurance. Days out, camp etc are extras.
ABA Horizons believes every child can learn. Especially when given the right tools and support. Despite if they learn differently from you and I. We strive to help young people on the spectrum to maximise their potential. Based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis, we provide high quality, individualised services. We increase effective learning by reducing barriers that prevents learning. We teach functionally equivalent skills to replace behaviours that may challenge.