Making sure the voice and needs of Kingston SEND families are heard

Kingston SEND PCF is made up of local parents and carers who work to ensure children with special educational needs and disabilities and their needs are heard and understood by local services and decision makers.

We also make sure parents and carers have access to events and information that they might find useful as a SEND family.

Amazing Things

We love this introduction to autism by amazing things. It aims to raise awareness among young non-autistic audiences, to stimulate understanding and acceptance in future generations. It is intended to be viewed, discussed and shared widely by anyone but especially teachers and parents.

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Stanley Picker Gallery has collaborated with Kingston University Autism Peer Network with United Response and Surbiton Hill Nursery School, Green Class and Support Place pupils for a project called "I wonder what I can't see"

These groups, who are neurodivergent, participated in separate workshops but with a shared inspiration; Thomas Pausz Haunted Ecologies and the examination of what lies beneath the surface of both individuals and Hogsmill River.

Stanley Picker is a gallery in the centre of Kingston and a great place to take children to visit.
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