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Are you Dyslexic? Do you think you might be? We offer full assessments for children and adults Employers and dyslexia Advice and Awareness training Assessments Teachers and Trainers Your dyslexia questions answered Awareness training
Beat provides helplines, online support and a network of UK-wide self-help groups to help adults and young people in the UK beat their eating disorders
Free, confidential, impartial and independent advice.  Help to sort out debt worries, benefits claims, housing and employment problems, or deal with queries about consumer or tax issues.  They can advise on legal matters, answer questions about immigration, and have experience on family, personal and personal…
Since 1995, the DRT has been helping to improve the lives of many thousands of young people with dyslexia. The DRT exists wholly to provide clinical services to children and adults with dyslexia and related conditions in order to support scientific research into the nature and…
The Hearing Impaired Resource (HIR) at Westwood Farm Infant and Junior Schools is a resource provision for hearing impaired children run in partnership with West Berkshire Council. It is an integral part of the main schools. Ten places are available across both schools. The resource caters for…
The Hearing Impaired Resource (HIR) opened in September 2010 following a reorganisation of Deaf education in West Berkshire.  Kennet School was specially selected as the location of the resource, which caters for young people who have hearing impairments and Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP). In September 2013,…
Choosing a secondary school  might be the most important decision you ever have to make for your child, and this website aims to help you make the right decision. The website does not list individual schools. Instead, it tries be as impartial as possible, and  help  parents…
Specific Learning Difficulties – Literacy difficulties (Reading and Spelling) Theale LAL                                     Theale CE Primary SchoolChurch StreetThealeReadingRG7 5BZ Winchcombe LALThe Winchcombe SchoolMaple CrescentShawNewbury Language and Literacy Centres (LALs) provide additional support and provision for pupils attending mainstream schools in the authority that have significant Specific Learning…
Help and support service for individuals with Autism, including Aspergers Syndrome, and their families and carers in West Berkshire.
Would you like to receive confidential emotional support from another parent? Parent to Parent (P2P) is a UK-wide confidential telephone service providing emotional support to parents and carers of children or adults with autism. The service is provided by trained parent volunteers who are all…
The unit opened in1 973.  The aim of the unit is to support children in accessing the curriculum within a mainstream school.  Staff at the school strive to help the children in all aspects of their learning and development, enabling them to achieve success and…
There has been a PD Resource at Kennet School for more than 40 years. A new, and very impressive, state of the art Resource was opened in September 2013. The facilities include a physiotherapy room, a large, light and airy main room with social, kitchen…
A 5 week programme for parents of new babies with invite only. These run at various locations within the hub reach area. Please go to https://booking.westberks.gov.uk/family_hubs_events.html to book on to this event.
A 15 place resource for pupils with Autistic Spectrum conditions based in Theale Green School. Resource staff support students in classes as required and can offer one to one intervention programmes within the resource; for example in the consolidation of literacy and numeracy skills and social skills development. Staff support students…
The Primary Autism Resource located at Fir Tree Primary School opened in the Autumn of 2017, caters for pupils on the autism spectrum aged between 5 and 11 years. The Resource is one of two Primary Autism Resources serving West Berkshire. It is a state…
Trinity is home to West Berkshire’s newest specialist resource; the ASD Unit. This resource caters for students who have an Education and Health Care Plan (EHCP) for Autism Spectrum Disorder and, without specialist intervention would struggle in a mainstream school. The unit is a state…
SISS provides a service for mainstream schools to support them in planning their provision for individual children and young people with SEN. The target group for the service includes those children and young people who have been identified as requiring special educational provision and who…
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