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SENAD Sponsor Community Sports Group

The SENAD Group have sponsored a community initiative for young people living the Chaddesden area of Derby.  Sporting Communities helps young people to engage with sports and through this helps tackle anti social behaviour. They use public buildings and open park spaces to provide activities for young people to enjoy, engage and network with each other. Doing this helps to create a more prosperous, cohesive and integrated community.

Also working in partnership with SENAD and Sporting Communities are Pattonair Logistics, based in the City. The funding received from SENAD and Pattonair will enable Sporting Communities to run their project for 20 weeks. The project is being championed by Chaddesden Ward Councillor, Jonathan Smale.

Pictured left to right are representatives from Pattonair, the Sporting Communities Team, Councillor Jonathan Smale and Jenny Fearn Group Marketing Manager and Richard Atkinson Financial Director from the SENAD Group.

For more information about Sporting Communities visit:   www.sportingcommunitiescic.org

 

 

Chief Executive Officer Addresses Delegates at International Conductive Education Conference

Brian Jones, Chief Executive Officer of the SENAD Group joined delegates at the Conductive Education Professional Education Group (CEPEG) 12th annual conference which took place at the Curve Theatre on March 11th. The conference, titled Conductive Education is our Superpower! was hosted by Leicestershire’s conductive education centre Steps and attracted 150 delegates from across the […]

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Ecclesbourne Lodge Help Young Adults Make Happy Memories

Supported by Rokia Khair a resident went to visit Codnor Castle, with a view to becoming a       volunteer. In the first instance the resident will be dressing up in historical costumes and learning about the history of the Castle. Also included in the volunteering is working in the Café, ground maintenance, project planning, re-interpreting history and archaeology […]

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Burton Based Transition Home Receives Praise From Inspectors

One Nine Five

One Nine Five, the SENAD Groups transitional home for young adults with learning difficulties and complex needs, has received praise from the Care Quality Commission in their latest inspection report. The home, which is based in Burton on Trent in Staffordshire focuses on the transition of young adults to a more independent life. Following conversations with staff, […]

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Schools able to accept international student referrals.

Following our application to the UK Home Office to become a Tier 4 (child) licensed sponsor, we are pleased to confirm that our application has been granted and we are now able to consider referrals for our specialist schools from international students. For more information please contact  Caroline Eaton, Group Referrals Officer, Tel: 01332 378840 Email: info@senadgroup.com

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Young Adult Receives Self Medication Achievement.

Cedar Lodge specialises in the care of young adults aged 19 and 30 years and aims to help them develop the skills required to live with support in the community or to prepare them for life in a suitable residential home. The focus at Cedar Lodge is to ensure each young adult gets to reach […]

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Work Experience Success for Rowden House School Students

During our last academic year Rowden House School held a very successful work experience programme. Three of our post sixteen pupils attended work experience once a week for an hour in two local Bromyard businesses and another in Hope under Dinmore. Dan went to Holden Vintage and Classic, a mail order motoring company at Linton […]

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All Aboard For Autism…. Student Sponsored Walk

Bladon House student, J has successfully completed a 3k Thomas and Friends themed sponsored walk, raising £66.20 for the National Autistic Society. The event, which took part in September, was marshalled by non other than the Fat Controller and was held at Thomas Land, Drayton Manor Theme Park.

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Aran Hall School take Part in Educational Research and Sharing Best Practice

Aran Hall School

Pupils at Aran Hall School in Gwynedd, North Wales have autism, learning disabilities and associated challenging behaviour that can be severe. The pupils sometimes react badly when they are denied access to their preferred activities. Simply saying ‘no’ in the past has led to an escalation in disruptive behaviour, including aggression, shouting and throwing things. […]

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