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Activities & Support
Listed on this page are details of events and activities organised by other providers that may be of interest to parents/carers along with ideas for places to visit with your child.
These have been suggested by parents and have not been risk assessed or vetted by school in any way. Inclusion on this page should not be seen as a recommendation from Castle Hill High School.
Preparing your teenager for independence workshop
We've been asked to signpost this event which will take place on Thursday 1st March at Edgeley Park.
This is a FREE Information Workshop for parents and carers of young people with Education,
Health and Care Plans or Complex Needs
Click on this link for more details: workshop
Autism friendly activities
The following activities have been recommended to us by Aiming Higher.
Wednesday Group 15-25 (all disabilities)
Aspirations (secondary age children with autism)
Details of other events and activities can be found on the local offer website: Stockport local offer
Autism & Transition: Workshops for family carers
This is a two day course, on 23rd and 30th January, run by Greater Manchester Autism Consortium. Further details can be found here:
Lightning Martial Arts Club are running karate classes for children and young people who have additional needs/disabilities and their siblings. The classes run at Adswood Young People's Centre every Friday 6.30-7.30pm. Further details from email@example.com
This service provides information and activities for families and people living and working with autism and other disabilities in the Stockport area.
Follow them on Twitter @Auti_SK
AutiSK runs a social group for boys (age 10-19) every Monday from 6.30-8.30pm at Adswood Youth Centre, Neston Grove, Stockport, SK3 8PP.
They also run a group for girls who struggle with anxiety and social skills. It takes place every Wednesday from 6.30-8.30pm at Adswood YPC, Neston grove, SK3 8PH.
Places to visit
Mrs E Jones has put together a leaflet giving details of local leisure centres and places to visit: Leisure activities leaflet
Cineworld Stockport (autism friendly screenings on first Sunday of every month)
Parents and carers of children with an EHCP can apply for a CEA card which allows their child and an accompanying adult free entry in 90% of cinemas nationwide. Visit the following website for details of how to apply for a CEA card: www.ceacard.co.uk