These are informal opportunities to come into school and meet with other parents and gain information on a variety of subjects. At these mornings there is time to ask questions of the person presenting the topic.
So far this academic year our coffee mornings have been
Education Health Care Plans and Our Story – given by Debra Bratt from Parent Voice.
Morning with Natalie Walker from Parent Voice questions answered on
Free travel on buses
Eligibility for blue disabled badge
Transition from DLA to PIP
How to complete the DLA forms – Information given by Natalie on the criteria’s necessary to qualify for the higher levels.
Advice from Natalie given that GPs now need to offer patients with disabilities an annual health check.
Information on the Local Offer
Our next coffee morning is 18th October @ 10.30am and will be given By Tania Seldon who is lead in school on intensive interaction and school trainer.
At Henry Tyndale Intensive Interaction is used across the school. This focuses on the fundamentals of communication and how parents and staff can respond to intentional and receptive communicative interactions.
Email Anne on any subjects you would like to see covered. Some suggestions have been intensive interactions, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)) Makaton, autism and services, managing behaviors, post 18 options for education and social care.