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Active Kids holiday camp is a multi-sport and activity camp for children aged 5-14 years which runs over the Easter, May half term and summer holidays. We offer a range of sports and activities including swimming lessons, bouldering, trampolining, football, team sports, arts and crafts and much more
Brantwood is an independent specialist school for up to 50 children and young people aged 7-19 years with complex learning disabilities and behavioural needs, including Autistic Spectrum Disorders / Asperger Syndrome, Tourette Syndrome, ADHD, attachment difficulties and those deemed ‘hard to engage’ such as school…
The service I offer is for 4 - 11 year old children. Collecting from and delivering to Nether Green Schools. Breakfast Club and After School Club. Includes a wide range of crafts, activities, toys and equipment suitable for ages and stages and a a secure garden for outdoor play. Last Ofsted - Outstanding.
Open from 7.30am with free choice play supervised by qualified playworkers. We provide healthy breakfast options and escort children to both Meersbrook Bank and Carfield schools. New school starters are most welcome. Only £4 per session £3 for second child
Sheffield Community Equipment Service. In partnership with the Sheffield City Council and CCG, the British Red Cross Sheffield CES provide the loan of Aids for Daily Living throughout the Sheffield community. Loans are prescribed by a medical clinician to allow clients to rehabilitate in their…
The Building Bonds Project is designed to help families and their children to be close, especially in times of need or trouble. We fit, lend and donate slings and carriers to families in financial hardship, those with difficult social circumstances, with mental health needs, to children with special needs or enduring prolonged stays in hospital or with life limiting illnesses.
Breakfast and after school club for children aged three to eleven years old. Pick up from Gleadless Primary School.
Crews Support Services Crews Support Service is a specialist provider of services to vulnerable people. Our services are extended to meet the needs of children, young people and adults, who require support at home, in the community or within an education or residential establishment. …
Early years provision and before and after school care for primary children and Early years ( from 2 years). We also run a holiday club during school breaks.
07790 341698 07790341698
We are small family friendly, Ofsted registered nursery taking children from 3 months to 4+ years. We deliver the Free Early Learning for eligible 2 year olds and 3 and 4 year olds plus the 30 hours Extended Free Early Learning.
0114 327 6405 0114 327 6405
Fledglings is a charity which helps parents and carers of a child with special needs of any kind to find simple, affordable solutions to practical problems. Fledglings can help by giving information and advice about products to help with your child’s specific development and learning needs or your…
Children need to bring a packed lunch. Parents must provide milk and lunch for babies. The nursery encourages home/school contact and parental involvement. Offers extended support to the community. School was awarded 'Good with some outstanding features' at the last OFSTED inspection. Children with special…
ABOUT JPAC JPAC Ltd is a professional childcare provider. We were established in Nottinghamshire in 2000 with a grant from the New Opportunity Fund and it was for this reason we became a limited company. We are a not for profit company and always aim to…
For people with a learning disability who have additional, significant problems with challenging behaviours or their mental health. This includes people who may also be on the autistic spectrum. to have their needs met locally within the least restrictive environment through access to specialist…
MASKK is a Playwork setting and sessions and activities are planned around the needs and requests of the children and young people attending including the games, arts and crafts, outdoor visits to parks, baking etc. We provide childcare for families who work, train or want somewhere for their children to come and play with friends.
Sheffield Mind provides mental health advice and support to people in the city. We offer a wide range of services including counselling, art therapy, bereavement support, one to one help in the home and community, peer support groups for men and wommen and information about local services and sources of support
We are a parent-led charity. We bring together parents and carers of children and young people (0-25) with disabilities and/or special educational needs from across Sheffield. Our aim is to support each other, share information and influence policy and practice.
We offer support to children and young people aged 8-25 who live in Sheffield and are young carers. Being a young carer means they provide care for one or more family members who have disabilities, long-term physical illnesses, and/or mental health difficulties. They may be providing physical, personal, financial and/or emotional care. We also offer support to children and young people aged 8-25 who live in Sheffield and are affected by drug and alcohol issues in their family (now or in the past).