SEND

Freedom Factory SEND provision is a 90-minute session designed for children and young people with special educational needs.   

What's it all about?

Freedom Foundation understands the needs of young people with neurodiverse minds and recognizes the challenges faced by many schools when trying to engage students in academic education. 

Our vision is to help young people to release their emotions and improve their social well-being.  

Our goal is to make sure that all our students have a platform to build self-confidence, reduce their self-doubt and provide them with the tools to manage their anxiety Freedom Foundation are here to help. 

How can we help?

The  SEND Factory programme meets government guidelines for achieving many of the outcomes in different subjects across the curriculum, including Music, PSHE, RSE, Curriculum, English and P.E. For full details please contact at info@freedomfoundationuk.org or call us on 0115 993 2370

We can offer this programme as part of your educational school day or as an after-school provision 

What does it achieve?

Aims and objectives of the programme. Introducing pre-school children to street dance, Funky Tots will improve:

To improve self-confidence and motivate the minds of young individuals.

To encourage young people to reflect on their emotions and feel safe to express them

To recognize signs of anxiety and give them the tools to help alleviate any worries or concerns they may have

To offer guidance and support to enhance mental wellbeing.

A place where SEND students can have FUN and forget their everyday battles.

Where do I sign up ?

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