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Funtime on Mondays during term time from 2.50 until 3.10. Story and nursery rhymes for pre-school children with their parents or carers.
Drop in craft activities for families approximately once a month.
Wootton Lower School values the abilities and achievements of all its pupils regardless of gender, race and/or disability. We are committed to discovering and providing the best learning conditions for each pupil, promoting development in understanding and social maturity alongside their peers wherever possible.
We believe that all pupils have the same entitlement to the full range of the school curriculum, and we are committed to making this accessible to all our pupils through differentiation and varied teaching styles, according to individual needs.
At Wootton Lower School we embrace the fact that every child is different and therefore, the educational needs of every child is different; this is certainly the case for children with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities.
A local service aimed at providing yoga and movement therapy to all ages from children to teenagers, also adult classes available.
Classes held in the local community open to all levels and abilities/ages.
Specialising in yoga for disabilities, currently teaching yoga to children with cerebral palsy and adults with mental health issues/over 70's.
Youth Inspired is a specialist education provider for adults and young people aged 16+ who have learning difficulties. Our core programme is called Improving Choices; a full time course designed for learners leaving school, or recently left school, who are not able to access college or employment opportunities. Applicants must be aged 16 - 25. The course runs for up to three years, depending on funding being approved by the Local Authority, and the programme is built around the needs of the learner. We offer a range of subjects including; English, Maths and ICT as well as social skills, personal development, independent living skills and vocational subjects. Subject are accredited through Gateway Qualifications, (formally OCN Eastern region), and BCS (The Chartered Institute for IT) offering nationally recognised qualifications. Referrals to this course come through from the Bedford Borough SEND team.
Subject to funding availability we also offer adult community learning courses in a range of subjects. They are designed for adults with a learning difficulty or mental health condition or other barrier to learning such as ASD. These are short courses lasting 8 - 12 weeks. Professionals are able to refer people aged 19+ or learners can refer themselves. The subjects offered are agreed annually. These courses are free at point of access for learners. These courses are also accredited through Gateway Qualifications.
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