As Bolton Wanderers Community Trust we are committed to working at the heart of the community with the community at its heart. Through the use of sport we are dedicated to providing quality experiences for the wider community of Bolton in order to assist in narrowing the gap of disadvantage. We are committed to act as positive role models to inspire, enhance and change lives and to achieve this in partnership with others. We commit to create a sustainable charity, with a cohesive approach and
Macron Stadium, BL6 6JW
Bridge College is a non-residential specialist FE college. We meet the needs of students up to the age of 25 years with learning difficulties and disabilities, complex needs, communication disorders and autism. With our new state of the art campus, we have access to a wide range of leisure and community facilities in Manchester as well asparks and open spaces. This means our students can learn in lots of different settings and develop the skills needed for life as an active and valued young
Bridge College, Openshaw Campus, Whitworth Street, M11 2GR
Building Opportunities is a service which is run by Ashcroft School. We offer students aged 14 to 19, who have struggled with the traditional school or college placements opportunities to enter one of the fastest growing industries – construction. We have developed a provision offering a number of construction based vocational activities. These offer students the opportunity to gain industry recognised qualifications at levels 1 and 2 in a range of specialist areas. The centre is
Schools Hill, SK8 1JE
Cedar House School is a co-educational independent specialist day and residential school on the North Yorkshire, Lancashire border providing high quality education and care for children between the ages of 7 and 18. The school meets the needs of a diverse group of pupils exhibiting behavioural, emotional and social difficulties, alongside a range of other associated conditions.
Bentham, LA2 7DD
Crossroads4Kids is part of Crossroads Together, which has been providing carerbreaks in Greater Manchester for over 30 years. Crossroads4Kids, is a childrens service that provides tailor made breaks to children of all ages andrange of health and medical disabilities, conditions and illnesses across Greater Manchester. Our integrated activities help to support the development of social and emotional skills and well being, either in a one to one or group setting. Through direct payments and other
Thicketford Centre, BL2 2LW
Cumberland School is a co-educational independent specialday school in Lancashire providing high quality education for children between the ages of11 and 18. Theschoolmeets the needs of a diverse group of pupils exhibitingbehavioural, emotional and social difficulties, alongside a range of other associated conditions which can hinder academic progress. We have created a high quality learning environment in which all our pupils can reach their potential in academic and social development.
Church Road, Bamber Bridge, PR5 6EP
Derwen College is a specialist setting working with young people with learning disabilities. Through personalised learning it promotes vocational, educational, social and personal development of a wide range of young people with learning difficulties and disabilities. Offering residential and day placements, post college living and work programme, apprenticeships, supported internships.At Derwen College we support you to live the life you want.
Derwen College, SY11 3JA
On Thursday 13 April 2017 Matthew Haw and Karen Spears of RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP were appointed as administrators of Dyslexia Institute Limited t/a Dyslexia Action. Please contact RSM with any queries regarding assessments booked with Dyslexia Action prior to this date. Dyslexia Action Training, Shop and Guild will continue to operate as normal. Please note: Dyslexia Action will no longer be providing assessment services. If you are seeking an assessment for you or for your child, you
27 Silverwell Street, BL1 1PP
The Dyspraxia Foundation is a national, registered charity with its administrative and fundraising centre in Hitchin, Hertfordshire. Founded in 1987, it is financed entirely by membership subscriptions and private donations. The Foundation acts as a resource and information centre for those wishing to learn more about dyspraxia, its diagnosis and treatment. The Foundation operates a telephone help line, publishes information on dyspraxia, maintains a website with useful information, organises
8 West Alley, SG5 1EG
Family Fund is the UK’s largest grant giving charity for families raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people. We can help with a wide range of grants including family breaks, computers, tablets, furniture, bedding, outdoor play equipment, kitchen appliances and clothing.
4 Alpha Court, YO32 9WN
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