Monthly Archives: September 2017

Chairs’ blog – Working with the LA on Independent Travel Training

Mandy Dickson:
The parent forum have been very busy over the last few months working with Cheshire east trying to improve on departments within SEN.
I wanted to share some information with you about a new working group that I am part of looking at Independent travel training for our young people,
Our first meeting was last week and they will continue until it is felt ready to roll out.
I believe this to be a project that firstly is close to many parents’ hearts; I understand a parent’s apprehension around our children travelling independently and I will be mindful of representing these concerns in the works.
I also feel that this is an important part of introducing our children to becoming independent. Having the ability to use public transport both confidently and safely will help ready our children for such things as college, job interviews and socialising with friends.
I believe this service will give confidence to both parents and our children. I would love to hear your feedback, thoughts, ideas and concerns on this workshop. and I will keep you updated.
If you think you’d like to find out more about being a parent representative & getting involved in work like this we’d love to hear from you! Call 07794431768 or email cheshireeastpcf@gmail.com

Open Forum – SEN Toolkit – supporting children & young people

Save the date!

Cheshire East Council have been working with SENCos, Early Years Services, Schools, Colleges, Health, Social Care, Educational Psychologists, CEIAS and Parent Representatives to review what should happen to support our children and young people from the point when someone first suspects they might have some additional needs, through implementing SEN support, applying for a needs assessment and – if necessary – getting an Education Health and Care Plan.

The intention is for this new approach to be rolled out to schools in Cheshire East after half term, so we are planning this Open Forum to share the information with parents.

We will go through the new process, and answer any questions you may have

There will be a a taster workshop to help you understand how SEN support can work well, plus strategies for parents, children & young people can get the most out of meetings.

Click here to book your place.

Lunch is provided – if you have any dietary requirements please email cheshireeastpcf@gmail.com to let us know

CAF Awareness Training for Parents (Sandbach)

CAF Awareness Training for Parents

Wednesday 1 November, 10:00am to 2:00pm
Sandbach Cricket Club, CW11 3LZ

In response to requests from members of the Parent Carer Forum, Cheshire East Council are going to deliver some training on the CAF process.

The training will cover:

  • Where CAF came from
  • What Working Together  says re early help assessments
  • Information sharing rules
  • Thresholds /levels of need – where does CAF sit
  • Consent
  • Assessment /planning process
  • Child’s voice
  • Forms

The training is free of charge and members of the forum can claim any travel or childcare expenses. 

Places are limited – please follow this link to book your place on parents’ CAF Awareness Training

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CAF Awareness Training for Parents (Sandbach)

Wednesday 1 November, 10:00am to 2:00pm
Sandbach Cricket Club, CW11 3LZ

In response to requests from members of the Parent Carer Forum, Cheshire East Council are going to deliver some training on the CAF process.

The training will cover:

  • Where CAF came from
  • What Working Together  says re early help assessments
  • Information sharing rules
  • Thresholds /levels of need – where does CAF sit
  • Consent
  • Assessment /planning process
  • Child’s voice
  • Forms

The training is free of charge and members of the forum can claim any travel or childcare expenses. 

Places are limited – please follow this link to book your place on parents’ CAF Awareness Training

Our First Coffee Morning!

We are holding a coffee morning for parent carers in Cheshire East

  • Come along for a drink, cake and a chat with other parent carers
  • Lots of information from Everybody sport, Cheshire & Warrington Carers Trust and many more
  • CEIAS will be there to share their advice and expertise
  • Janet Threader & Sue Scarle from CEAT will also be joining us
  • Children welcome 
  • Max cards available for new members (and replacement Max Cards if yours has expired)

We also need to hear from you: the Parent Carer Forum wants to hear what are the issues that are affecting you and your family right now: transport? short breaks? ehcps? transition? something else…..?
Let us know and  we can make sure we’re representing you properly (& you could be in with a chance of winning a high street voucher!)

Coffee morning (Holmes Chapel)

We are holding a coffee morning for parent carers in Cheshire East

  • Come along for a drink, cake and a chat with other parent carers
  • Lots of information from Everybody sport, Cheshire & Warrington Carers Trust and many more
  • CEIAS will be there to share their advice and expertise
  • Janet Threader & Sue Scarle from CEAT will also be joining us
  • Children welcome 
  • Max cards available for new members (and replacement Max Cards if yours has expired)

We also need to hear from you: the Parent Carer Forum wants to hear what are the issues that are affecting you and your family right now: transport? short breaks? ehcps? transition? something else…..?
Let us know and  we can make sure we’re representing you properly (& you could be in with a chance of winning a high street voucher!)

Activity Hub (Crewe)

Everybody Leisure’s Activity Hubs are a fortnightly multi-sport and play session supporting children with a range of disabilities to be physically active.The Activity Hub consists of a variety of activities including special themed events and quiet areas, based on consultation, to keep participants engaged.

Activities will be age appropriate to ensure young people enjoy the session, develop social skills and explore their abilities.

There are opportunities for parents to join in with the activities or leave their child while they use the gym, attend a fitness class or just enjoy a brew in our Taste for Life Café.

At the end of each Activity Hub there is the opportunity for the family to join the public swim for an hour.

  • AGE 3 – 18

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activity Hub (Crewe)

Everybody Leisure’s Activity Hubs are a fortnightly multi-sport and play session supporting children with a range of disabilities to be physically active.The Activity Hub consists of a variety of activities including special themed events and quiet areas, based on consultation, to keep participants engaged.

Activities will be age appropriate to ensure young people enjoy the session, develop social skills and explore their abilities.

There are opportunities for parents to join in with the activities or leave their child while they use the gym, attend a fitness class or just enjoy a brew in our Taste for Life Café.

At the end of each Activity Hub there is the opportunity for the family to join the public swim for an hour.

AGE 3 – 18
There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activity Hub (Crewe)

Everybody Leisure’s Activity Hubs are a fortnightly multi-sport and play session supporting children with a range of disabilities to be physically active.The Activity Hub consists of a variety of activities including special themed events and quiet areas, based on consultation, to keep participants engaged.

Activities will be age appropriate to ensure young people enjoy the session, develop social skills and explore their abilities.

There are opportunities for parents to join in with the activities or leave their child while they use the gym, attend a fitness class or just enjoy a brew in our Taste for Life Café.

At the end of each Activity Hub there is the opportunity for the family to join the public swim for an hour.

  • AGE 3 – 18

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activity Hub (Crewe)

Everybody Leisure’s Activity Hubs are a fortnightly multi-sport and play session supporting children with a range of disabilities to be physically active.The Activity Hub consists of a variety of activities including special themed events and quiet areas, based on consultation, to keep participants engaged.

Activities will be age appropriate to ensure young people enjoy the session, develop social skills and explore their abilities.

There are opportunities for parents to join in with the activities or leave their child while they use the gym, attend a fitness class or just enjoy a brew in our Taste for Life Café.

At the end of each Activity Hub there is the opportunity for the family to join the public swim for an hour.

  • AGE 3 – 18

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activity Hub (Crewe)

Everybody Leisure’s Activity Hubs are a fortnightly multi-sport and play session supporting children with a range of disabilities to be physically active.The Activity Hub consists of a variety of activities including special themed events and quiet areas, based on consultation, to keep participants engaged.

Activities will be age appropriate to ensure young people enjoy the session, develop social skills and explore their abilities.

There are opportunities for parents to join in with the activities or leave their child while they use the gym, attend a fitness class or just enjoy a brew in our Taste for Life Café.

At the end of each Activity Hub there is the opportunity for the family to join the public swim for an hour.

  • AGE 3 – 18

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activity Hub (Crewe)

Everybody Leisure’s Activity Hubs are a fortnightly multi-sport and play session supporting children with a range of disabilities to be physically active.The Activity Hub consists of a variety of activities including special themed events and quiet areas, based on consultation, to keep participants engaged.

Activities will be age appropriate to ensure young people enjoy the session, develop social skills and explore their abilities.

There are opportunities for parents to join in with the activities or leave their child while they use the gym, attend a fitness class or just enjoy a brew in our Taste for Life Café.

At the end of each Activity Hub there is the opportunity for the family to join the public swim for an hour.

  • AGE 3 – 18

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activity Hub (Crewe)

Everybody Leisure’s Activity Hubs are a fortnightly multi-sport and play session supporting children with a range of disabilities to be physically active.The Activity Hub consists of a variety of activities including special themed events and quiet areas, based on consultation, to keep participants engaged.

Activities will be age appropriate to ensure young people enjoy the session, develop social skills and explore their abilities.

There are opportunities for parents to join in with the activities or leave their child while they use the gym, attend a fitness class or just enjoy a brew in our Taste for Life Café.

At the end of each Activity Hub there is the opportunity for the family to join the public swim for an hour.

  • AGE 3 – 18

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activity Hub (Macclesfield)

Everybody Leisure’s Activity Hubs are a fortnightly multi-sport and play session supporting children with a range of disabilities to be physically active.The Activity Hub consists of a variety of activities including special themed events and quiet areas, based on consultation, to keep participants engaged.

Activities will be age appropriate to ensure young people enjoy the session, develop social skills and explore their abilities.

There are opportunities for parents to join in with the activities or leave their child while they use the gym, attend a fitness class or just enjoy a brew in our Taste for Life Café.

At the end of each Activity Hub there is the opportunity for the family to join the public swim for an hour.

  • AGE 3 – 18

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activity Hub (Macclesfield)

Everybody Leisure’s Activity Hubs are a fortnightly multi-sport and play session supporting children with a range of disabilities to be physically active.The Activity Hub consists of a variety of activities including special themed events and quiet areas, based on consultation, to keep participants engaged.

Activities will be age appropriate to ensure young people enjoy the session, develop social skills and explore their abilities.

There are opportunities for parents to join in with the activities or leave their child while they use the gym, attend a fitness class or just enjoy a brew in our Taste for Life Café.

At the end of each Activity Hub there is the opportunity for the family to join the public swim for an hour.

  • AGE 3 – 18

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activity Hub (Macclesfield)

Everybody Leisure’s Activity Hubs are a fortnightly multi-sport and play session supporting children with a range of disabilities to be physically active.The Activity Hub consists of a variety of activities including special themed events and quiet areas, based on consultation, to keep participants engaged.

Activities will be age appropriate to ensure young people enjoy the session, develop social skills and explore their abilities.

There are opportunities for parents to join in with the activities or leave their child while they use the gym, attend a fitness class or just enjoy a brew in our Taste for Life Café.

At the end of each Activity Hub there is the opportunity for the family to join the public swim for an hour.

  • AGE 3 – 18

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activity Hub (Macclesfield)

Everybody Leisure’s Activity Hubs are a fortnightly multi-sport and play session supporting children with a range of disabilities to be physically active.The Activity Hub consists of a variety of activities including special themed events and quiet areas, based on consultation, to keep participants engaged.

Activities will be age appropriate to ensure young people enjoy the session, develop social skills and explore their abilities.

There are opportunities for parents to join in with the activities or leave their child while they use the gym, attend a fitness class or just enjoy a brew in our Taste for Life Café.

At the end of each Activity Hub there is the opportunity for the family to join the public swim for an hour.

  • AGE 3 – 18

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activity Hub (Macclesfield)

Everybody Leisure’s Activity Hubs are a fortnightly multi-sport and play session supporting children with a range of disabilities to be physically active.The Activity Hub consists of a variety of activities including special themed events and quiet areas, based on consultation, to keep participants engaged.

Activities will be age appropriate to ensure young people enjoy the session, develop social skills and explore their abilities.

There are opportunities for parents to join in with the activities or leave their child while they use the gym, attend a fitness class or just enjoy a brew in our Taste for Life Café.

At the end of each Activity Hub there is the opportunity for the family to join the public swim for an hour.

  • AGE 3 – 18

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activity Hub (Macclesfield)

Everybody Leisure’s Activity Hubs are a fortnightly multi-sport and play session supporting children with a range of disabilities to be physically active.The Activity Hub consists of a variety of activities including special themed events and quiet areas, based on consultation, to keep participants engaged.

Activities will be age appropriate to ensure young people enjoy the session, develop social skills and explore their abilities.

There are opportunities for parents to join in with the activities or leave their child while they use the gym, attend a fitness class or just enjoy a brew in our Taste for Life Café.

At the end of each Activity Hub there is the opportunity for the family to join the public swim for an hour.

  • AGE 3 – 18

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activity Hub (Macclesfield)

Everybody Leisure’s Activity Hubs are a fortnightly multi-sport and play session supporting children with a range of disabilities to be physically active.The Activity Hub consists of a variety of activities including special themed events and quiet areas, based on consultation, to keep participants engaged.

Activities will be age appropriate to ensure young people enjoy the session, develop social skills and explore their abilities.

There are opportunities for parents to join in with the activities or leave their child while they use the gym, attend a fitness class or just enjoy a brew in our Taste for Life Café.

At the end of each Activity Hub there is the opportunity for the family to join the public swim for an hour.

  • AGE 3 – 18

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activ8 Play Session (Shavington)

E11verybody’s Activ8 sessions allow children to try out new activities and let off steam without fear of being judged. Children can play on the specialist soft play equipment, and get creative with arts and crafts, supervised by our friendly coaches and volunteers.

The sessions run every fortnight and take place at Fun 4 All at Macclesfield and Playworld at Shavington.

  • AGE 3 – 13
  • £2
  • SIBLINGS WELCOME
  • NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activ8 Play Session (Shavington)

E11verybody’s Activ8 sessions allow children to try out new activities and let off steam without fear of being judged. Children can play on the specialist soft play equipment, and get creative with arts and crafts, supervised by our friendly coaches and volunteers.

The sessions run every fortnight and take place at Fun 4 All at Macclesfield and Playworld at Shavington.

  • AGE 3 – 13
  • £2
  • SIBLINGS WELCOME
  • NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activ8 Play Session (Shavington)

E11verybody’s Activ8 sessions allow children to try out new activities and let off steam without fear of being judged. Children can play on the specialist soft play equipment, and get creative with arts and crafts, supervised by our friendly coaches and volunteers.

The sessions run every fortnight and take place at Fun 4 All at Macclesfield and Playworld at Shavington.

  • AGE 3 – 13
  • £2
  • SIBLINGS WELCOME
  • NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activ8 Play Session (Shavington)

E11verybody’s Activ8 sessions allow children to try out new activities and let off steam without fear of being judged. Children can play on the specialist soft play equipment, and get creative with arts and crafts, supervised by our friendly coaches and volunteers.

The sessions run every fortnight and take place at Fun 4 All at Macclesfield and Playworld at Shavington.

  • AGE 3 – 13
  • £2
  • SIBLINGS WELCOME
  • NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activ8 Play Session (Shavington)

E11verybody’s Activ8 sessions allow children to try out new activities and let off steam without fear of being judged. Children can play on the specialist soft play equipment, and get creative with arts and crafts, supervised by our friendly coaches and volunteers.

The sessions run every fortnight and take place at Fun 4 All at Macclesfield and Playworld at Shavington.

  • AGE 3 – 13
  • £2
  • SIBLINGS WELCOME
  • NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activ8 Play Session (Shavington)

E11verybody’s Activ8 sessions allow children to try out new activities and let off steam without fear of being judged. Children can play on the specialist soft play equipment, and get creative with arts and crafts, supervised by our friendly coaches and volunteers.

The sessions run every fortnight and take place at Fun 4 All at Macclesfield and Playworld at Shavington.

  • AGE 3 – 13
  • £2
  • SIBLINGS WELCOME
  • NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activ8 Play Session (Shavington)

E11verybody’s Activ8 sessions allow children to try out new activities and let off steam without fear of being judged. Children can play on the specialist soft play equipment, and get creative with arts and crafts, supervised by our friendly coaches and volunteers.

The sessions run every fortnight and take place at Fun 4 All at Macclesfield and Playworld at Shavington.

  • AGE 3 – 13
  • £2
  • SIBLINGS WELCOME
  • NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activ8 Play Session (Macclesfield)

Everybody’s Activ8 sessions allow children to try out new activities and let off steam without fear of being judged. Children can play on the specialist soft play equipment, and get creative with arts and crafts, supervised by our friendly coaches and volunteers.

The sessions run every fortnight and take place at Fun 4 All at Macclesfield and Playworld at Shavington.

  • AGE 3 – 18
  • £3
  • SIBLINGS WELCOME
  • NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activ8 Play Session (Macclesfield)

Everybody’s Activ8 sessions allow children to try out new activities and let off steam without fear of being judged. Children can play on the specialist soft play equipment, and get creative with arts and crafts, supervised by our friendly coaches and volunteers.

The sessions run every fortnight and take place at Fun 4 All at Macclesfield and Playworld at Shavington.

  • AGE 3 – 18
  • £3
  • SIBLINGS WELCOME
  • NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activ8 Play Session (Macclesfield)

Everybody’s Activ8 sessions allow children to try out new activities and let off steam without fear of being judged. Children can play on the specialist soft play equipment, and get creative with arts and crafts, supervised by our friendly coaches and volunteers.

The sessions run every fortnight and take place at Fun 4 All at Macclesfield and Playworld at Shavington.

  • AGE 3 – 18
  • £3
  • SIBLINGS WELCOME
  • NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activ8 Play Session (Macclesfield)

Our Activ8 sessions allow children to try out new activities and let off steam without fear of being judged. Children can play on the specialist soft play equipment, and get creative with arts and crafts, supervised by our friendly coaches and volunteers.

The sessions run every fortnight and take place at Fun 4 All at Macclesfield and Playworld at Shavington.

  • AGE 3 – 18
  • £3
  • SIBLINGS WELCOME
  • NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activ8 Play Session (Macclesfield)

Our Activ8 sessions allow children to try out new activities and let off steam without fear of being judged. Children can play on the specialist soft play equipment, and get creative with arts and crafts, supervised by our friendly coaches and volunteers.

The sessions run every fortnight and take place at Fun 4 All at Macclesfield and Playworld at Shavington.

  • AGE 3 – 18
  • £3
  • SIBLINGS WELCOME
  • NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activ8 Play Session (Macclesfield)

Our Activ8 sessions allow children to try out new activities and let off steam without fear of being judged. Children can play on the specialist soft play equipment, and get creative with arts and crafts, supervised by our friendly coaches and volunteers.

The sessions run every fortnight and take place at Fun 4 All at Macclesfield and Playworld at Shavington.

  • AGE 3 – 18
  • £3
  • SIBLINGS WELCOME
  • NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Activ8 Play Session (Macclesfield)

Our Activ8 sessions allow children to try out new activities and let off steam without fear of being judged. Children can play on the specialist soft play equipment, and get creative with arts and crafts, supervised by our friendly coaches and volunteers.

The sessions run every fortnight and take place at Fun 4 All at Macclesfield and Playworld at Shavington.

  • AGE 3 – 18
  • £3
  • SIBLINGS WELCOME
  • NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Cygnet Swim (Alsager)

Cygnet Swim is an inclusive swim session for families (including carers) with disabled children of all ages. The aim of the swim session is to provide the opportunity for a fun, non-judgmental, relaxing swim with like minded families or groups.

In the water children can use a variety of equipment including balls, floats and buoyancy aids to help them relax and have fun.

The swim session was set up following feedback from some families as they wanted to go swimming but were unable to attend a public swim for a number of reasons including children needing 1:1 support

NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Cygnet Swim (Alsager)

Cygnet Swim is an inclusive swim session for families (including carers) with disabled children of all ages. The aim of the swim session is to provide the opportunity for a fun, non-judgmental, relaxing swim with like minded families or groups.

In the water children can use a variety of equipment including balls, floats and buoyancy aids to help them relax and have fun.

The swim session was set up following feedback from some families as they wanted to go swimming but were unable to attend a public swim for a number of reasons including children needing 1:1 support

NO NEED TO BOOK – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Cygnet Swim (Alsager)

Cygnet Swim is an inclusive swim session for families (including carers) with disabled children of all ages. The aim of the swim session is to provide the opportunity for a fun, non-judgmental, relaxing swim with like minded families or groups.

In the water children can use a variety of equipment including balls, floats and buoyancy aids to help them relax and have fun.

The swim session was set up following feedback from some families as they wanted to go swimming but were unable to attend a public swim for a number of reasons including children needing 1:1 support

NO BOOKING REQUIRED – JUST TURN UP

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Cygnet Swim (Alsager)

Cygnet Swim is an inclusive swim session for families (including carers) with disabled children of all ages. The aim of the swim session is to provide the opportunity for a fun, non-judgmental, relaxing swim with like minded families or groups.

In the water children can use a variety of equipment including balls, floats and buoyancy aids to help them relax and have fun.

The swim session was set up following feedback from some families as they wanted to go swimming but were unable to attend a public swim for a number of reasons including children needing 1:1 support

There is more information about the Everbody programme on their website at http://everybody.org.uk/disability-sports/ including a list of dates for each activity up to Christmas.

If you need any more information or don’t receive our weekly update email but would like to receive a copy please email inclusion@everybody.org.uk.

Ossyfest

The charity My Life My Way are hosting Ossyfest – a music festival for children, young people, adults with a learning disability, autism or both, and their families

There will be 9 bands on the outdoor stage, 8 acoustic acts, comedy. DJs, circus skills, glitter, festival hair, arts and crafts and most importantly FUN for all the family……

Tickets on sale now – £5

Saturday 21st October, Hippingsvale Community Centre, Harvey Street, Oswaldstwistle, BB5 3LT

Ossyfest – Music Festival for people and families with autism, a learning disability or both

The charity My Life My Way are hosting Ossyfest – a music festival for children, young people, adults with a learning disability, autism or both, and their families

There will be 9 bands on the outdoor stage, 8 acoustic acts, comedy. DJs, circus skills, glitter, festival hair, arts and crafts and most importantly FUN for all the family……

Tickets on sale now – £5

Saturday 21st October, Hippingsvale Community Centre, Harvey Street, Oswaldstwistle, BB5 3LT

British Sign Language, Makaton & Signalong courses at Seashell Trust

Courses open to Cheshire East parents at the Seashell Trust: British sign language, Makaton & Signalong.

Each course is practical, interactive and led by our friendly specialist staff team. You’ll come away with knowledge and skills you can put into practice straight away

  • British Sign Language
    BSL is the preferred language of tens of thousands of deaf people across the UK. Their course is taught in two hour bite size sessions each week, where you learn and practice with others. By the end of each course you will be confident using sign language to converse on a range of everyday subjects.
    http://www.seashelltrust.org.uk/event/bsl-courses
  •  Makaton and Signalong
    If you’re supporting a person with communication difficulties as a result learning disabilities, attending our Makaton or Signalong courses could have a big impact. Both use signs and symbols to help people communicate, with Signalong offering a greater number of words. They’re designed to support spoken language and the signs and symbols are used with speech in spoken word order. Using Makaton or Signalong removes the frustration of being unable to communicate effectively with others, connecting individuals with the people and world around them and unlocking a whole host of possibilities.
    http://www.seashelltrust.org.uk/e…/makaton-foundation-course
    http://www.seashelltrust.org.uk/event/signalong-course

Further information
For more information about these courses, or to book your place, email LandD@seashelltrust.org.uk or call 0161 610 0187. Not sure which course would suit you best? Then please contact them for a chat on 0161 610 0187