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SEND Events Warwickshire January 2024


13th January, 10th February, 9th March, and 6th April (No booking required) at Warwick Library

Join us at Warwick Library for a relaxed approach storytime, especially for children aged 3-8, with SEN or those that would struggle to sit for a traditional storytime. Enjoy an interactive story broken up by themed activities, you can join in as much as you are comfortable. We section off the area on the left as you enter the library, the most low arousal space in the library, to use for our SEN Storytime sessions. After the session, you
are very welcome to use the new castle children's area with sensory seats and toadstools. We use a visual timetable throughout the session, which will differ slightly each time.

Warwick Library, Shire Hall, Warwick, CV34 4RL

Free to attend.


Every 2nd Saturday (No Booking Required) at Thinktank Birmingham

Think Tank Birmingham Science Museum are running Morning Explorers - Autism friendly
visiting times and activities on the second Saturday of each month. Morning Explorers days
offer some accessible adaptions to the museum experience, and will coincide with an optional Autism Friendly activity or show.

Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum, Millenium
Point, Curzon Street, Birmingham, B4 7XG
Tel: 0121 348 8000


Every Monday from 6 to 7 pm (Booking Required) at Jump In Adventure Park, Warwick

Everyone should be able to experience the joy of bouncing in an environment they feel
comfortable in. It’s important for us to offer support for customers with extra needs and
their families. Jump In SEN sessions are perfect for autism groups and for parents looking
for activities in a calmer environment. These sessions are capped (less people), no music and reduced lighting to avoid glare. £10 per child and includes one carer for free.

Jump In Adventure Park, Tachbrook Park, Hermes
Close, Warwick, CV34 6NW
Tel: 0330 223 3333


Every Month (Booking Required) at The Hub, Henley High School

We have created a monthly support group for parents to meet other families who have children with additional needs. We offer an environment where parents can get parent and professional advice on anything you might need. A safe place for you children to play in a non judgemental & fun space. Our group sessions are in Henley in Arden once a month from 10 till 12. This is where we hold our experiences too like The Animal Man, donkey rides, mobile farm and so much more!

The Hub, Henley High School,
Henley in Arden, B94 6AF