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  1. SEND Activities in the Lowestoft area

    We have many providers in the Lowestoft area who welcome children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Keep reading to find out more. If you know of any others, let us know! Cantor's Theatre School run song, dance and drama workshops, weekly…
  2. Local Offer Newsletter, September 2022

    Welcome to this September edition of Local Offer News! Our aim is to bring you a mixture of strategic updates about the work being done to improve SEND Services in Suffolk, and day-to-day news and resources that we hope you will find useful. Read the…
  3. Men Can Talk - Suffolk Libraries social groups

    Suffolk Libraries now offer "Men Can Talk" social groups open to men of all ages and backgrounds. These sessions provide a relaxed and non-judgemental environment for men to discuss mental health and wellbeing and find peer support. Anyone over the age of 18 is welcome to come…
  4. Free OneLife Kids Clubs for families

    Free family clubs from OneLife Suffolk OneLife clubs are a great way to learn, have fun, and get active. Sports clubs, cooking clubs and more! To get invovled and find out more: Visit: www.onelifesuffolk.co.uk Call: 01473 718193
  5. Be Well, Feel Well New Campaign for 2023

    A new campaign for 2023 which focuses on 12 ‘emotional needs’ – one for each month – to bring you practical tips, people’s stories and support to keep you well. About the 12 emotional needs: To help you stay well, Suffolk Mind use an ‘organising idea’ that…
  6. Inclusion Roadshows: Autumn 2022

    In the Autumn of 2022, we held a series of Inclusion Roadshows for Headteachers, SENCOs and school leaders throughout the county, to update them on the work being undertaken to improve SEND Services in Suffolk. You can view the slides presented on the day along…
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