Short Breaks (Aiming High)

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Aiming High in Staffordshire commissions short break activities for children and young people with a disability or special educational need/additional need and their families.

Short breaks provide fun activities outside of the school day where children and young people can try new things and develop confidence independently from their families or as part of a family experience.

For more information you may like to watch some short YouTube clips of Aiming High activities.

An information sheet and poster explaining more about Aiming High activities in Staffordshire are also available below:

The Future of Aiming High

We are in the process of shaping our future Aiming High programme based on the views, wishes and feedback from families. 

Our latest update is available below:

We will keep you updated of any developments with this but in the meantime if you have any questions please contact either Amy or Emma at Aiming High on 01785 278072 or email: aiminghigh@staffordshire.gov.uk

Copies of our previous updates are avilable on our Aiming High updates page

Parent/Carer Focus Group for New Activities

Are you a parent or carer of a child or young person (0-25 years old) with a Special Educational Need and/or Disability?

Have you used Aiming High Activities in the past?

Would you like to have your say about who delivers Aiming High Activities in the future?

We are looking for 3 parents and carers who would be happy to help us evaluate the responses received from Providers for our recent tender. This will help us to decide which Providers will deliver services from April 2016.

For more information please see the flyer below.  Please note there has been a change to the dates originally advertised. 

If you would like to volunteer, please contact:

sfps@staffordshire.gov.uk or phone 01785 356921 

Activity Guide Survey

We are also asking parents/carers to help us with redesigning our Activity Guide to make sure that it is as user friendly as possible.  More information on how you can get involved is available on our Activity Guide page.   

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