Tuesday 3rd December 2019 2-4 pm
We would like to invite you to Derrymount’s Christmas Fayre at our Churchmoor Lane site.
We would like to offer you an opportunity to purchase a stall on the day to present any craft, games etc. For £10.00 per stall.
We do need your help, but mostly we would love for you, your family, and friends to join your children and have fun.
A coffee shop will be running so we would appreciate any cake donations.
We are also looking for donations of new items suitable for our tombola and new this year we are hoping to do a Christmas hamper so donations of new sealed Christmas food items would be greatly appreciated
From Nottinghamshire County Council:
We need your views about the Health Services for Children and Young People in Special Schools
Nottinghamshire County & City Councils are asking for the views of parents, carers, children and young people attending Special schools who use health services. To do this we will be using co-production as a way of working to bring together families and professionals to review and shape provision. It ensures the following:
- Being listened to
- Promotes positive working relationships
- Strong communication
- Improved services for families
This survey and following event is for parents, carers, children and young people who have experience of health services in special schools. We want to hear your views about services such as Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Continuing care or Health Support at home or school. We are interested in hearing what is working well, what is not working, and any changes you would like to for the future. You or your child may experience.
After this we will be hosting an Event on the 21st and 28th of November where we will feedback your views and create a plan to improve services for the future.
This consultation opened on the 26th of September and will close on the 18th of October. The online questionnaire should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete. The link can be found below.
The University of Nottingham is throwing open its doors to curious minds for a day of hands-on fun. Wonder 2019 will showcase the best of what we do at the University, with an exciting schedule of free activities for all ages.
Booking is essential
9 Students, 3 staff, 2 countries, lots of fun, very little sleep…
Beamish, Berwick, Edinburgh, Holy Island… Dooddle-do, that was fun!
On Mon, 20 May 2019 11:00 – 13:00 BST at the Broadway Cinema there is a seminar with Dr Wenn Lawson, designed for parents, carers, adults on the autistic spectrum and for education, health and care professionals.
PeaksGo are running two weekends of the Spectrum Festival in 2019. 1st-2nd of June, and 21st September.
Rainbow is inviting parent carers to join us at our 8th Annual Event to hear our speakers, attend workshops, talk to providers at our marketplace, and enter our consultation prize draw to win a £100 Intu voucher. We will also be launching our Genuine Partnerships with Nottingham City Council.