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Junior badminton club. Coaching & club play. Time limited to how long volunteers are available.
To provide a summer holiday playscheme for children with a learning disability age between 4-18yrs.
The child needs to have a statement of Special Educational Needs.
The scheme promotes holiday fun in a relaxed atmosphere, with up to 60 children in attendance every day. Activities range from swimming, sports, art, yoga, animal visits, magic shows, flower arranging, tennis, art, cooking and gymnastics.
We are open for 15 days, lots of qualified and experienced staff, with the addition of volunteers (young people) to support the children.
We can offer support for a range of needs. For children who may find a busy environment difficult, we would need to plan carefully and ensure our service can offer the right support.
We offer 1:1 counselling to young people aged 13-25 yrs in Bedford Borough. Clients are offered 12 sessions of counselling which may be extended where necessary. Clients come for counselling to deal with issues in their lives which are stopping them living full and productive lives. We do not provide on going support but may sign post them to other services where appropriate. We also have 2 counsellors working in 2 upper schools in Bedford Borough.
We teach bagpipes and drums to anyone attending. We fund ourselves via being paid to do local events.
School’s Mission statement
• To seek excellence in all that we attempt, setting high standards and targets to ensure that all of our children reach their potential.
• To offer a rich meaningful curriculum which provides memorable learning experiences
• To promote learning and high aspiration through the positive ethos of the school.
• To provide a secure environment where children feel valued and where their choices and beliefs are respected.
• To support and extend pupils' learning opportunities.
• To work with our local community to enrich and enhance the lives of all who come into contact with our school.
• To encourage independence whilst appreciating the needs of others. To actively seek to do the right thing, to be a good friend and to leave our school with a well developed set of personal values.
SEN Mission Statement:
Bedford Road Primary School is an inclusive school.
Every teacher is a teacher of every child regardless of SEND.
We aim to adapt provision to raise the aspirations of and expectations for all pupils including those with SEND, providing a focus on positive outcomes for children.
The SEND reforms came into effect on 1st September 2014 and with it came a raft of reforms and new duties on local authorities and their partners on how services and support are delivered for children and young people with SEND.
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The key purpose for our service is to clinically assess and provide appropriate wheelchairs and associated equipment (posture and pressure care) to clients with a long-term mobility need, (over 6 months). The Wheelchair Service will continue to support the clients and maintain any issued equipment. Having the most appropriate mobility equipment can improve quality of life, facilitate independence, enable access into the wider community and reduce the risk of developing deformity for our clients.
The wheelchair service provides training for the community prescribers of basic wheelchairs for adult clients that are not totally wheelchair dependant. We offer specialist assessment for adult clients that are totally wheelchair dependent, all children and bariatric clients. We run a bespoke seating service for clients with complex postural needs that require made to measure / moulded seating. We are able to pressure map as part of a specialist pressure care assessment and provide a range of complex cushions. We work closely with seating companies and hold regular clinics for equipment trail or review.
Each new episode of care is completed within 18 weeks of referral and this is normally sufficient for most clients, however if something takes longer to resolve we would continue to work with the client until the clinical situation required. We accept referrals for review throughout the time the client has the equipment, and have an approved repairer contract to ensure that the wheelchairs are properly maintained while it is on issue.
We currently review all bespoke seating clients annually. We would like to offer a review service for all children and powered wheelchair users but we are currently not commissioned to do this.
Providing opportunities to play, coach, administer and referee football for male, female, adult and youth teams and individuals. This is from grassroots informal play through to competitive and elite environments.
We have dedicated staff working and supporting a comprehensive disability programme.
We support people over 18 years of age in their own homes and in our supported living services. We provide support with personal care, skills building, budgeting, social inclusion and development of all daily living skills assisting young people to live their chosen lifestyle and reach their maximum potential.
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