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Exam Results Help and Support

published by: Achieving for Children published on: 14 August 2020   A reminder about two key sources of support for young people who need advice and support about their exam results:  The National Careers Service

SEND Advice & Support (COVID 19)

published by: CYPDS published on: 20 March 2020 The Children and Young People’s Disability Service (CYPDS) is here to help, we will be posting useful information for our service on here regarding COVID 19. Documents

Photo Competition

published by: AfC - CYPDS published on: 17 February 2020 Open to children & young people with SEND up to 25 years Step 1: Take a picture of a place in the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead  that makes you feel happy Step 2:

Volunteer Roles

published by: AfC published on: 08 January 2020 Volunteers play an important role in supporting young people by representing the community in the youth justice system. • Do you want to help out your local community?

Autism Alert Cards - Information

published by: Metropolitan Police published on: 23 July 2019 An alert card and passport scheme aimed at improving how police interact with people with autism is being introduced.

Anxiety Group RBWM

published by: Family Friends published on: 10 July 2019 For children aged 8-12yrs who are suffering from some level of anxiety

Hungry Little Minds

published by: GOV UK published on: 10 July 2019 Children soak up every little bit of stimulation you can give them. It all goes in. Every single word.

Tax Free Childcare and 30 hours free childcare!

published by: The Department for Education (DfE) published on: 04 June 2019 The Department for Education (DfE) is launching a campaign to promote and raise awareness of the benefits that using 30 hours free childcare can have for working families.

Berkshire Hidden Carers Campaign

published by: East Berkshire Clinical Commissioning Group published on: 04 June 2019 The aim of the campaign is to ensure that people who are carrying out caring responsibilities recognise themselves as carers and get the help available to them.