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Please find attached details of the upcoming Incredible Years course for parents of children aged 2-8 years which will start in September 2019.
There are two courses planned, at Long Eaton Family Support Centre and Charnos Family Support Centre in Ilkeston.
Also attached the referral form which parents/professionals can complete and send to the relevant site.
If you have any questions, please contact –
Long Eaton Family Support Centre – 01629 532625
Charnos Family Support Centre – 01629 531576
Incredible Years LE poster 2-8 September 2019
Incredible Years Charnos poster 2-8 Sept 2019
Increidble Years 2-8 Referral Form LE September 2019
Incredible Years 2-8 Application Form Charnos September 2019
The September issue of our “What’s On” is now available on our website.
The link to the newsletter page is
I would like to draw your attention to an evening with the highly rated Henry Normal who co-wrote Mrs Merton and co-created and co-wroteThe Royle Family.
Poetry Evening: A Celebration of Family with Henry Normal (Friday 4th October 2019) 18:00 to 19:30
Deda Creative Arts Centre
9 Chapel Street
(This is in support of Derbyshire Autism Services)
See link below
#DITTO is a free online safety (e-safety) magazine for schools, organisations and parents to keep you up to date with risks, issues, advice and guidance related to keeping children safe online, with a view to enjoying and learning about technology. A new edition is released approx. every 6 weeks.
For the latest edition please see below link
Newsletters are now only accessible via: Marvellous Me app, school website and Brackenfield special school app (available in the app store). Paper copies are available upon request, please contact the school office.
What's on June 19
DERBYSHIRE AUTISM SERVICES (charity number 1105525) is a small and very hardworking charity, working right across Derbyshire.
We offer information, advice and guidance but above all support to children, young people and adults affected by autism - with or without a diagnosis - and their families.
We also work with professionals in other services to make sure that individuals and families affected by autism have their needs met and fully taken into account when involved with them.
The Daily Mail recently published a photoshoot for a number of children to help promote World Down Syndrome day (21/03/2109) and it features our very own Holly Allan.
Well done Holly!
Click here for the full article
If you have a smart phone, there’s an even easier way to stay in touch with Brackenfield Special School.
The app has a number of features including news, social network feeds, events calendar, push notifications and much more.
The Phenix School App helps keep parents updated on school issues such as closures and important dates to remember.
To download our app please follow the link on our home page or
For Apple devices click here
For Google Android devices click here
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