KIDS are currently recruiting for a number of positions for the Independent Support Programme. Independent Support is a national programme commissioned by the Department of Education through the Council for Disabled Children, to fund the voluntary, private and community sector to employ staff and volunteers to support parents and young people through the recent education reforms; particularly in relation to those transitioning from Statements of SEN to Education, Health and Care Plans and to support those newly entering the SEN assessment process.
As part of Volcom's Community Learning programme this summer, we are pleased to invite you to attend Walking the Beat, a local history talk exploring the history of policing in Hull in the 1950's and 60's. Gordon Acaster of Hull and District Local History Research Group is a retired policeman and Common Treasury member who will entertain and educate you about what it was like to fight crime on the streets of Hull 50 years ago.
Having seen the impact and positive contribution to communities their small grants have made over the past two years, Neil Hudgell Solicitors Trust are delighted to mark their second anniversary by increasing the annual pot of funds available to £100,000.
The Active Integration Project is a new project, funded until May 2015, which encourages third country national women living in Yorkshire to integrate within the community. The project offers a comprehensive range of activities aimed at fostering integration and understanding of life, culture and language in the UK, including: • Free ESOL courses • Employability • Health and Safety • Fun Activities • Free Day Trips