Your July 2020 Children and Young People newsletter Free P.E Home Learning Resources With a lot of children still not going back to school until September, you may have put your teaching hat on and started teaching at home. Youth Sport Trust have put together some excellent resources for children of all ages and abilities, including those with profound or multiple complex needs. These resources and videos can support you to continue with national curriculum Physical Education at home, maintain physical activity levels and use sensory active learning to teach a range of other subjects. To find out more, please click here. Reaching Families Live Chat Videos Throughout the pandemic, the charity Reaching Families has been running a series of very informative Live Chats over Facebook on a number of topics. If you missed out on any of these, they’ve put together a selection of summary videos on each topic. The topics currently on the website are: Making Sense of Anxiety Making Sense of Home Education Top Ten Survival Strategies Making Sense of Challenging Behaviour in Adolescence Making Sense of Challenging Behaviour Making Sense of Issues around Food Making Sense of Sensory Processing Issues. To view the videos, please click here. Compass: Leisure, Learning & Lockdown guides Amaze, the Charity that runs the Compass Card scheme for West Sussex have put together a series of guides for their service users packed with fun things to do both indoors and outdoors. To have a read of the guide, please click here To find out more about the Compass Card scheme, please click here Croydon disability register and access card Not forgetting our Croydon customers, Croydon Council have partnered with Nimbus Disability to offer a similar scheme within the borough called the access card. The card is free and is available to all children and young people on the Croydon Council disability register. To qualify, a child or young person will need to meet all the following criteria: be diagnosed with a permanent and substantial disability live in the borough be aged 18 years or younger The access card is available across the UK for £15, but is provided free to Croydon residents as a benefit of joining the disability register. To find out more about the access card and how to join the Croydon Council disability register, please click here.