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How can parents, teachers and others work together to best support children with additional needs at school or nursery?
What kind of planning and support should be in place for a child
during their education and when they move from nursery to school and from school into adult life?
What rights do children have in decisions about
This is a FREE workshop open to all.
About the speaker
Iain Nisbet is a leading expert in education law in Scotland. He has particular expertise and interest in additional support needs law and the Equality Act 2010 as it applies to education. He is the Convener of the School Closure Review Panels, a Consultant Solicitor with Cairn Legal and a director of the Scottish Commission for Learning Disabilities.
Date, Time and Place
Tuesday 25th February 2020
The Bank of Ideas
17 High Street, Rothesay
To book a FREE place contact Achievement Bute via phone/WhatsApp (01700 505558), in person (9 Castle Street) or email (email@example.com).
IT’S BACK (by very popular demand)!
Achievement Bute’s LEGO Club is back for 2020 @ ‘The Bank’ (previously Clydesdale Bank, 17 High Street)! There will be two sessions running on Monday afternoons, both at a cost of £2 p/child:
– 3.15-4.15pm (P1-P5) – Currently Full
– 4.30-5.30pm (P6+)
You can book your child’s place (or add them to the waiting list) via email, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, phone (01700 505558) and in person @ 9 Castle Street!
Let the building commence!
Starting Wednesday 19th February
The Bank of Ideas
4pm until 5pm
for children age 5+
Cost: £2 per session
Fun-filled interactive weekly drama sessions using creative games, role play, movement, music and props. Dramaskills will encourage children to develop their performance skills, creativity and imagination, whilst having fun and gaining self-confidence.
To book, please contact Achievement Bute via phone/WhatsApp (01700 505558), in person (9 Castle Street) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We’re starting a new Youth Club on Fridays, aimed at secondary school aged young people!
There is no need to book a place, but young people must be registered with Achievement Bute to attend. Collect a form from our office or download one here!
Supported by Youth Scotland Generation Cashback
JUMPING OFF THE STAGE
Jumping off the Stage is a brand new Youth Theatre project for young people on Bute, putting on ‘unusual performances in unexpected places’. To find out more, click here.