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(UK) Rhyl: "School Hub" offers support to ASD parents

Jan 12, 2023, Rhyl Community Primary School Hub makes positive difference for residents


Rhyl Community Primary School has welcomed families from the school and local area to its new early years and community provision, which opened last year and offers much-needed advice, training and support – as well as a range of activities for children, families and residents.

The provision, based at Rhyl Community Primary School, offers a whole host of free activities - including children’s breakfast clubs; stay-and-play drop-ins for under-fives and their parents or carers; mother and daughter fitness classes; baby weighing and parent wellbeing sessions; support for parents who have children with autism; computer courses and English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) classes for adults and coffee mornings for parents and carers….

This programme of activities and support, which is updated on the school’s website each week, is open to families who don’t have a child enrolled at the school, as well as those who do, and local residents without children or whose children have grown up….

Rhyl Community Primary School is an excellent school for families who live in Gospel Oak and Kentish Town, and the Community Hub has already proved a big success, providing much-needed support for hundreds of families in the local area. The hub makes it easier for residents to access vital council and community services - including early years, adult community learning, advice and support, with more to come - and I encourage residents to make use of what’s available on their doorsteps. …


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