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Samuel Rhodes School School Resources

Samuel Rhodes School is a specialist School for children aged 5-19 in Islington. Samuel Rhodes School is one of the special schools in Islington, each of which provide support for children with particular special educational needs (SEN). All of our special schools have a very important role in providing support and training to mainstream schools in Islington. Samuel Rhodes School leads one of the service areas in the Borough, for children with difficulties in learning and cognition. It has an outreach team which advises mainstream schools and supports the pupils with learning difficulties.

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ASC for Tea, Family resources, Parents Forum - 2020
Sports

Supporting disabled people to find opportunities to get active. Being active is good for everyone's health and well-being. There are many ways for people to enjoy an active lifestyle. Providing recourses on how to be active and showing accredited gyms and sports facilities suitable for people with disabilities.

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Visual Impairments

Support in school for children with visual impairments

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Transport

Transport For London's accessibility schemes:
- Please offer me a seat
- Learn to use public transport
- Pregnant women and buggy users

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Sensory Processing

Sensory processing disorder (SPD; also known as sensory integration dysfunction) is a condition that exists when multisensory integration is not adequately processed in order to provide appropriate responses to the demands of the environment.

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UK benefits guide

We have put together a guide of benefits in the UK including: Carers Allowance, ESA, DLA, PIP, National Insurance Credits, JSA, Working Tax Credits, Support For Mortgage Interest, Universal Credit, Housing Benefit and Benefit Cap.

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  • I am very grateful for the help I have received from Centre 404.

    Rahwa cares for four children all under the age of 10 years including her daughter Danayt who has Down’s Syndrome. She approached us as she was feeling overwhelmed with her caring responsibilities, in particular with the challenging behaviour Danayt was displaying.

    “It was a very difficult time as I had no one else to help me and I didn’t understand the system.”

    Rahwa, family carer