INFORMATION FOR PARENTS AND CARERS
At The KUDIZE CLUB LTD we strive to support all children to enable them to play, relax and enjoy our breakfast club, after school club and holiday clubs.
From time to time, some children in our care may need additional support to help them to enjoy their time with us.
We encourage parents and carers to share any information (large or small) that they feel will help us support their child to have a playful and happy time while at our setting.
OUR SEND INFORMATION
My name is Donna and I’m the SENCO (Inclusion Manager) at Kudize Club.
I hope you find this information helpful in explaining how children with SEND are supported At Kudize Club and give you signposts to outside organisations who can help you support your child..
If you have any questions regarding special needs, please contact me via telephone 07714 391851 or email email@example.com
Our Equalities and Inclusion Policy
Our Equalities and Inclusion Policy outlines the steps we take to help child who may need support during their time with us.
Here is a link to The Windmills Junior School’s Local Offer:
Here is a link to Hassocks Infant Schools SEND Information Report:
‘Here’s also the link to West Sussex’s Local Offer which contains information about local services, support and event for children and young people aged 0-25 years who have special educational needs or disabilities. https://westsussex.local-offer.org/
Below are some links to various support agencies, apps, teaching resources etc, which we hope you will find useful – including Reaching Families who regularly offer workshops for parents on topics such as sleep difficulties, social stories, challenging and run a support group for families called Umbrellas – full details by clicking the links.
Reaching Families, empowering families of children with special needs
Reaching Families Umbrellas Parent Support Group Haywards Heath
Reaching Families Training
Beacon House : an integrated mental health and occupational therapy service
Young Minds Autism and ADHD mental health
Headspace: Guided Meditation
ASD Friendly brings together parents and carers of people with Autism
AAA are a national charity for children and young people with autism
British Dyslexia Association