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Parent Workshops & Support

At Belmore Primary Academy we know that our parents/carers sometimes need advice on how they can support their child with Special Educational Needs, or any other concerns that they may have regarding their child’s development. 

As a school we will always try our best to provide support and advice to our parents/carers, but we appreciate that there are more experienced and qualified professionals that you can access.

This is where we hope this page will help.

Keep checking this page for regularly updated information regarding agencies, websites and events that are occurring within school and the community, which we think you could find helpful to support them to meet the needs of their children.

Upcoming Workshops - Centre for ADHD & Autism Support​​​ 

Please click on the link below to view our Workshop Newsletter.

HACS Workshops February - April 2020 

We are excited to share our up and coming workshops. Please click on the link below to view our Workshop Newsletter for more information.

Bookings are now open! Please complete the booking form attached to request your place and make payment as indicated on the form. It is important to reference your payment as indicated on the booking form. 

Workshops coming up:

  • Understanding Autism
  • Autism & Anxiety
  • Autism: Sensory Differences
  • Autism: Promoting Positive Behaviour

Legal Advice Workshops coming up:

  • Obtaining an Education, Health & Care Plan
  • NHS Continuing Healthcare, Adult Social Care, Powers of Attorney & Deputyships
  •  Getting the most out of your Annual Review

Fun Family Movement Workshop 

Sleep Success 

Please click on the link below to view a flyer for the Sleep Success Workshop that is being held at Barra Hall Children's Centre on Wednesday 5 February 2020.

Dyspraxia Foundation - Coffee Mornings 

Dear parents/carers,

The Dyspraxia Foundation holds coffee mornings for people to get together in friendly and relaxed surroundings, for informal chats/discussions. Details below for your diaries:

10:00am on the following Thursdays:

  • 16th Jan 2020
  • 19th March 2020
  • 14th May 2020
  • 18th June 2020

 

Meadow High School
Royal Lane
Hillingdon
Middlesex UB8 3QU
​​​​​​​(Parking at the school is limited)

 

Email here with any questions: dyspraxiahillingdon@yahoo.co.uk

More information: https://dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk/

 

Best wishes,
Hillingdon PCF
On behalf of the Steering Committee

HACS Workshop 

Dear parents/carers,

HACS have published their spring 2020 workshops, in the attached newsletter. Please follow the instructions below to make your bookings. 

Workshop newsletter includes dates for:

  • Understanding Autism
  • Autism & Anxiety
  • Autism: Sensory Differences
  • Autism: Promoting Positive Behaviour

COMING SOON:

  • Legal Advice Workshops

For dates and prices, please open our newsletter attached below. 

How to book

Booking in advance is required. Please complete the booking form attached to request your place. Send your booking forms to us by email, post or by hand. 

Email:          catherine@hacs.org.uk 

Post or deliver by hand: HACS, Dudley Place, Hayes, UB3 1PB

Telephone to complete a booking form: 0208 606 6780

Your booking will be confirmed once payment has been received.

Triple P Stepping Stones Course 

Dear Parents & Carers

There is still some availability for Triple P Stepping Stones course, which is for parents whose children have additional needs. Please click on the link below to view a flyer with further details, including contact details if you are interested.

Autism Alert Card and Passport Scheme 

Dear Hillingdon Parents & Carers

An Autism alert card and passport scheme, has been introduced across London, as a result of a collaboration between the Metropolitan Police Service, City of London Police and British Transport Police. It has been developed following extensive consultations with individuals with autism and their parents, the National Autistic Society, Autism Partnership Boards, and supported by the National Police Autism Association.

The cards will alert officers to the fact that the individual may have difficulty with communication and exhibit unusual or unpredictable behaviour. In turn, officers will be able to make appropriate and reasonable adjustments and interact with the individual appropriately. The larger passports will include the same information and can be carried in bags or rucksacks for the individual to produce when required.

For further reading, please use this link: Launch of Autism Alert Cards

To receive your own card & passport, please send your full postal address in an email to: Autism@met.police.uk

Survey - The things that effect you on a daily basis 
 

We need your opinion!

We would like to know a little more about the things that effect you on a daily basis. 

If you would like to share some info with us that will help us to create a more detailed picture of the issues that are effecting our service users and shape the future projects and support provided by DASH, then please fill in the anonymous survey by clicking on the button below. 

Hillingdon Paediatric Speech and Language Therapy (SALT) 

We have been asked to spread awareness about the following website, Hillingdon Talks: Hillingdon Paediatric Speech and Language Therapy (SALT)
https://www.cnwl.nhs.uk/hillingdon-talks/

You can access information about the three specialist SALT teams (Early Years, Mainstream, Hearing Impairment), including making a referral. Three teams but one service!

Please take a look at what the teams can offer, and to access information and support. We hope all our parents/carers make full use of this service.

Hillingdon Borough SEND Local Offer 

The purpose of the local offer is to enable parents and young people to see more clearly what services are available in their area and how to access them. Knowing what is available and how it is accessed gives more choice and control over what support is right for your child. Parents need to know how to access provision: whether through a statement (or an Education, Health and Care Plan) or not.

The offer includes provision from birth to 25, across education, health and social care and has been developed in conjunction with children and young people, parents and carers, and local services, including schools, colleges, health and social care agencies.

For more information click here