This wonderful video was produced for the St David Awards which took place at The Senedd in Cardiff on 23 March 2017. It gives a lovely introduction to 21 Plus and the work we do.
This lovely article about our upcoming 10th anniversary appeared on the BBC website:
We’re so excited to announce the date for our next charity ball: Saturday, 18 November 2017.
We’ve managed to secure a bigger venue this year as there was a lot of interest last year and we are delighted to invite you and your friends and family to come along to Cwrt Bleddyn.
We are extremely honoured to have been nominated for a St David Award. We are one of three finalists in the category “Citizenship”.
Read more here: http://stdavidawards.org.uk/2017-finalists/21-plus/?lang=en
Including Children with Down’s Syndrome
Thursday, 3rd November 2016
8.30 – 9.00 Registration
9.00 – 10.30 Learning Profile
The importance of differentiation for successful inclusion
10.30 – 11.00 Coffee
11.00 – 11.45 Inclusion in practice
Hayley Page, Deputy Head, Inclusion at Monmouth Comprehensive School
11.45 – 13.00 Literacy
Differentiation across the curriculum and throughout school
13.00 – 13.45 Lunch
13.45 – 15.00 Numeracy
Teaching numeracy from tot to teen
Victoria Hughes – 21 Plus School Support Service
15.00 – 15.45 Promoting positive behaviour
Vik Ralfs and Allison Powell
15.45 – 16.00 Questions, evaluation and close
For all enquiries please contact Katharina Barker on 07910012579 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are very pleased to announce that we will be running the second Symbol camp to be held in Wales from the 25th to 29th July 2016.
The camp is available for children and young people aged between 5 and 18 years (at the time of the camp). The camp will be held each day from 9:30 until 3:30 at the Sport Wales National Centre, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, CF11 9SW. You can see details of the centre at www.sportwales.org.uk Parents are asked to leave their children at the camp each day from Monday to Thursday; on Friday morning parents can meet the therapists for feedback, join the children for lunch and then participate with the children in their afternoon activity. The cost of the camp is £200 per child.
All children will be encouraged to participate in a range of sporting activities each day and will be supported to do so by the coaches, our volunteers, the Symbol UK staff and by the camp organisers from 21 Plus. Activities will include a selection of sports – Judo was especially popular last year and will feature again this year. The children will participate in structured speech and language therapy activities both away from the main sporting activities and during them.
All children and young people will come away with a report and some ideas and targets for developing their communication skills. They will also come away with more confidence, new friends, new skills and some happy memories; something to talk about…
There will be information on all sporting activities and the clubs who run them so that if your child has particularly enjoyed it they may have the opportunity to continue after the camp. Disability Sport Wales will be available for any help or advice needed.
The camp is not residential. Should you need to stay closer to the venue there is some, basic, accommodation available at the Sport Centre which families can arrange directly with the centre, or there is a large selection of local hotels or B&Bs.
If you would like more information or would like to book a place, please contact Victoria Hughes at email@example.com or 07813877957.