Further Support For Children and Families -
Childcare, after school and holiday clubs and support groups in the area.
OCC - SEND Local Offer
ACTIVITIES AND OPPORTUNITIES OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL HOURS.
Contact: - Gwen Taylor - 07879 117258 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
FACEBOOK PAGE - SEN INFORMATION FOR FAMILIES IN WEST OXFORDSHIRE
News, Information and Inspiration for anyone who wants to know anything about special needs in West Oxfordshire. See link below
Barnardos - ages up to 18 inclusive
Holiday and After School Clubs
Springfield School work with Barnardos who provide childcare after school and during holiday periods.
Please contact Barnardos to register your young person for their After School and Holiday Clubs.
Barnardos Head office Tel: 01869 252905.
Holiday Activities, ages 11 - 18. See website for details.
Youth Club ages 13 - 18 - Tuesday (term time only)
Held during term time from 6 - 8 at the Witney Early Intervention Hub (next to the Windrush Leisure Centre) Cost £3.
Youth Club 18+
ICE Centre Youth Club ages 11 +
Allendale Youth House - Carterton
Tuesdays - 7pm-9.30pm
‘SPACE’ is a group of families with children experiencing some development difficulties or disabilities. They meet weekly on Friday mornings - please check with Sharon or Gwen to see where it is being held. A Group for friendship and advice.
Every Friday - Term Time only 9.30 - 12am - younger children are welcome.
Contact the School Office Tel: 01993 703963/01993 706662, Sharon Woodley on 07833 386014 or Gwen Taylor 07879 117258 for more information.
Oxfordshire Family Information Service
Website with information about activities, support etc.
Oxfordshire Family Support Network
A voluntary organisation providing advice and support for families and young people with a disability.
OXFSN have launched LDOX, an online discussion forum for families with children with a learning disability -
OXME - Oxfordshire's Website for Children and Young People
Behaviour Support Service
The Oxfordshire Learning Disability NHS Trust runs this service and they can offer support and advice for families. Referrals to the service are made through your GP, hospital consultant or community paediatrician.