News and updates

See below for the latest news and updates from Supportive Parents. You can find all our periodically published newsletters here.

Friday
Apr262013

Bristol SEN Funding Changes and Your Child Event

Bristol SEN Funding Changes and Your Child - an opportunity for any parent carer to come along and hear - Annette Jones, SEN Manager's presentation on the local changes to school funding for children with SEN and disabilities.

Wednesday 1 May, 9.45am 'til 11.30 presentation and questions - 11.30 'til - 12.00 at The Pavilion, Harbourside, Bristol, BS1 5JE

RSVP: kathryn.mason@supportiveparents.org.uk  if you will be coming, so we have an idea of numbers on the day. 

Reimbursement: Bristol Parent Carers (BPC) will reimburse attendees travel costs (please bring along any receipts), and can reimburse alternative childcare costs – call BPC on  0845 6420124 (local rate) to discuss

Tuesday
Apr162013

New Youth Groups for Disabled People 13+!

Have a look at the youth groups poster for young disabled people in Bristol

Friday
Apr122013

Celebrating Carers Event 2013

South Gloucestershire Council are holding a Celebrating Carers event. This includes Parents and Carers of children. South Glos Parents & Carers are hoping to have a stall at this event and apparently there will be activities for your children.

Celebrating Carers 2013 is on Saturday 13 April 2013, 10am – 3.45pm at The UWE Exhibition
and Conference Centre, UWE, Frenchay Campus, Coldharbour Lane, Bristol BS34
8QZ.  Entry is free.

Friday
Apr122013

South Glos Support Group 16th April 7.30 - 9pm Room 1 Supportive Education Unit, Brimsham Green Secondary School, Broad Lane, Yate BS37 7LB

Eryl Daniels, SEN Support Network Manager, will be coming to tell us about the funding reforms in South Glos"at our support group.

Friday
Apr122013

Free Autism at Home Course - Voscur

Voscur is a volunatry sector organisation who offer a wide range of information and resourses for Bristol and South Gloucestershire.  They are offering a FREE Autism at Home course  to all parents/carers or those who work with Autistic children that have less than a Level 2 qualification (5 GCSE A – C) or less, mental or physical health problems.  Check out this Autism at Home link for more info.