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Parent/Carer Info

Glenwood school firmly believes that effective partnership with families is essential to deliver an outstanding education. The school actively encourages communication with families through a range of methods including written, face to face and telephone.

This section of the website aims to provide information for parents and carers of learners at Glenwood. Please use the links below to find out more. 

BOSP (Brighter Opportunities through Supported Play)
www.bosp.co.uk

BOSP provide play and recreational opportunities for children and young people with learning disabilities and give parents and families respite and support. They aim to support young people in acquiring social skills which enable each individual to become as independent as their abilities allow and enable children and young people with learning disabilities to enjoy a better quality of life..

SHARE (Safe Haven and Respite
Environment)email: michellewestenhofer@googlemail.com

SHARE runs a holiday club for young people aged 8 years plus with learning disabilities. The activities run on weekdays from 10am to 3pm during all school holidays. SHARE also runs an after school club for 8-19 year olds every Tuesday and Thursday, straight from school until 7pm.

Essex Family Forum (EFF)
https://essexfamilyforum.org/

We are a leading independent parent led registered charity providing holistic support to families of children with disabilities and special needs (aged 0 to 19) across Essex, who require advice, information and support, particularly at times of change, challenge and crisis.

Down’s Syndrome Association

www.downs-syndrome.org.uk

A website providing information and support on all aspects of living with Down’s syndrome to all who need it

The National Autistic Society

www.autism.org.uk

The NAS is the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asdperger syndrome) and their families. The website provides information, support and pioneering services and campaigns for a better world for people with autism.

Scope

www.scope.org.uk

A leading UK charity committed to changing society for the better, so that disabled people and their families can have the same opportunities as everyone else. They offer practical support – from information services to education and everyday care.

Other Useful Websites

Snap - Special Needs and Parents