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Coronavirus: latest information and advice
Schools’ financial year-end closure of accounts - Deadlines and procedures
Universal youth work consultation
Eco-Schools Summit 2020 - book your place now
Leader in Outdoor Learning - Level 2 course
National Theatre Collection now available free for state schools
Inside Active Schools - February Issue
DfE and national updates for schools
With My Eyes – Exclusion Project
Foreword from Liz Mills
Latest newsletters

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Education Safeguarding Team Update - January 
Directory of Education Services for Maintained Schools 2020/21
MyReward Bulletin - January
National guidance on health protection in schools
Inside Active Schools newsletter - February 
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With My Eyes – Exclusion Project

Please note: This is an external provider advertisement.

Local Authority advises schools to ensure that before accessing this provider the school undertakes its usual quality assurance and safeguarding assurance.

With My Eyes, is a free-to-access course of dramatherapy sessions, is looking for participants; children aged 12-18 and their parents. After a successful pilot project in 2019, the course will return in an improved format.

To refer a child please contact Ant Stones using or 07956 000759. NB: WITH MY EYES IS COMPLETELY FREE TO ATTEND.

What is With My Eyes?

With My Eyes is aimed at families with children who are outside of education, facing exclusion or suffering from mental health difficulties. The programme consists of a free 12-week course of dramatherapy workshops for Surrey children and their parents, beginning in April 2020.

"It was good to hear from other parents experiencing similar difficulties, as it can be quite a lonely journey. It provides a supported youth development space for these young people, who may lack the usual opportunities to work with peers." Participant 2019

For more information on the programme, please read the 'With My Eyes' - Excluded Youth Project document.

Project Details:

Thursday evenings, 7.00-8.30pm

30 April-16 July* (no session on 28 May)

The Greenark, Lido Road, Guildford, GU1 1HB.

* Please note; sessions on 11 June and 16 July are replaced by theatre trips.

How Can You Get Involved?

To refer a child, or for more information, please contact Ant Stones using or 07956 000759.

We will consider any child (aged 12-18) that have a history of mental health and social difficulties, have been excluded from school, or are close to exclusion.