On Friday 15th July 2022, our students break up for the Summer holidays.
We hope that all our students, staff and parents enjoy their summer break and we look forward to seeing those students due to return to New Heights-KS3 in September 2022.
We wish those students who are moving on to their next provision in September 2022 all the best.
We are currently having some wonderful weather and we ask our students to please be careful and look after yourselves during the Summer break, particularly around water (that doesn’t have a lifeguard).
Social Communication and Social Behaviour Workshops
Date: Thursday 11th & Friday 12th August 2022
Time: 9.30am – 12.00 pm
Venue: via Zoom meeting
This is an invitation to ADHD Pathway families.
We would like to offer you the opportunity to attend the above workshop on Social Communication and Social Behaviour. (Both session dates need to be attended).
Liverpool Parenting Newsletter
The link has information on services running from July to the end of September 2022.
- Ante-Natal Services
- Children Centres
- Debt Advice
- Domestic Abuse
- Employment Support
- Fostering in Liverpool
- HAF Summer Activities
- Mental Health
- Money Management
- Parenting Programmes
- Sexual Abuse
- Support for Fathers
Information from the RNLI website:
Our seas and rivers are cold enough to leave you helpless in seconds. Treat water with respect, not everyone can be saved.
A useful guide from RNLI:
Fashion Summer School Tasters
Over the Summer holidays, the NeurodiverCity Training Academy will be open to all young people, from across Merseyside, to take part in our Fashion Summer School tasters.
For ages 6-25year olds, those who come along can have hands-on experience of using fashion machinery, get their creative juices flowing to design and make their own memory pillow and so much more!
6 – 10year olds every Monday – Wednesday, 11 – 15year olds every Thursday, and 16 – 25year olds every Friday throughout the Summer holidays.
The cost will be £20 a day. However, we have managed to secure funding for households that live in the Liverpool City Council area and so sessions are free for those young people.
For more information, please contact our Project Coordinator, Carlie Foster, either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by calling the NeurodiverCity Training Academy Office (0151 601 2407).