I’m using my personal experience of Cerebral Palsy to mentor SEND pupils.
Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month started well with my first Disability Awareness Assembly.
This year I’ve decided to offer four schools a free Disability Awareness Assembly during March
Recently, I was absolutely delighted to be asked by Just Ideas to support a Climate Change Conference specifically for secondary school pupils in Solihull. The conference aimed to replicate COP27, with each school representing a country of the United Nations and the pupils taking on the role of government negotiators. It was amazing to seeContinue reading Supporting Solihull Schools to recreate COP27
As I promised a few months ago, “Challenges of a Disabled Mum” is back – though it has to be said that my biggest challenge at the moment is simply finding the time to blog and develop the many ideas that I have! My five month old baby boy, Niall, is a full time jobContinue reading Challenges of a Disabled Mum – Mummy’s “Terrible Palsy”
I just posted on my Flyinglady Website about how I love going into schools and doing Disability Awareness sessions for the children; I’m so passionate about it that I offer the sessions for free wherever I possibly can. The sessions help kids to understand that everyone is different and that’s a good thing; life wouldContinue reading Building an inclusive, more tolerant future