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Randall Place,Greenwich,LondonSE10 9LA
James Wolfe School is a state primary school based with a nursery it has two sites in Greenwich. The other site is in Royal Hill, SE10. The school offers a desiganated specialist provision (DSP) for children with hearing impairment. Further information on the support…
Pound Park Nursery SchoolPound Park Road,Charlton,LondonSE7 8AF
Pound Park Nursery School welcomes all children and families by offering support and care in order for our children to have the best start in life. As a fully inclusive setting we embrace the diverse community which we serve and celebrate the uniqueness of each child. Through exciting, positive and stimulating activities the passionate and qualified staff team provide a safe and nurturing environment. Children are motivated through play to connect with the outdoors, to explore, learn new skills and to become confident, independent life-long learners.
Memorial HospitalShooters HillLondonSE18 3RG
The Wheelchair Users Service provides a comprehensive service for people of all ages with long-term mobility problems and associated postural needs. The Wheelchair Service provides clinically based assessment and prescription of manual and power wheelchairs, special seating and cushions, modifications and accessories to best meet patient needs. Wheelchairs are supplied on loan and are maintained free of charge. An independent contractor, NRS Mobility Care Ltd, is responsible for the delivery and collection and repairs of the wheelchairs.
This organisation can provide a range of courses aimed at secondary schools where crime and anti social behaviour is a particular concern. Counses are run by prison officers and raise awarness about the causes, consequences and penalties of crime and anti social behaviour and the reality of being in prison. Schools can contact the organisation to discuss their particular issues.
Modern House6 Eltham High StreetLondonSE9 1DA
SV Academy is a small independent school based in Eltham. Our post 16 study programme is characterised by high levels of student support including specialist support for young people with additional learning or behavioural needs; creative vocational work experience; small class sizes and personalised pastoral care, mentoring and IAG. The only requirements are that candidates be: 16- 19 years old, not in education, employment or training. And they must have a keen interest in music and/or digital media. By the end of the year course students…