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Aiming High

""Aiming High is a programme of activities and short breaks for children and young people aged 0-18 years old with a special educational need/disability (SEND) who live in Staffordshire. An Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) is not needed to take part in these activities.

The programme is designed to boost children and young people's confidence and independence. Some activities are open to the whole family while other activities are suitable for children and young people to attend independently.

Activities include:

  • Sensory experiences, day trips, sports, youth clubs, nature and outdoor activities and much more.

Free activities every month:

  • Children and young people can access a set amount of free activities each month (usually one a month with extra during school holidays). For example, two sessions in February because of half term and two sessions in July and two in August. 
  • Free activities can be booked a month in advance from first - eleventh day of the month
  • Additional activities are available on top of the free ones and can be booked a month in advance from 12th onwards. A fee may be payable directly to the activity organiser for additional activities. 

To find out what activities are available, please visit the Staffordshire Connects website. 


 

How do I book places or ask questions?

To find out what activities are available, please visit the Staffordshire Connects website.

To book places or to ask any questions, please call 0300 111 8007 (option 2, then option 5).

Lines are open:

Monday-Friday,  9am-5pm.

We want to make sure that bookings for our activities are accessible to everyone and so if you are unable to contact our booking team via telephone please email sendreferrals@staffordshire.gov.uk and a member of the team will be in touch as soon as possible. 

If you can please include information on your child’s name, date of birth and the activity provider and date that you are interested in, it will help the team to deal with your enquiry. 

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