LATEST NEWS
16/01/2012
Lyn has been invited to run a workshop at the SWALSS (South and West Leaders of Special Schools) conference for deputy head teachers on March 6th in Torbay. She will be focussing on the question `What are we educating our children for? Getting a life, getting a job, getting it right. For more information about ...[Read more]
02/12/2011
We are pleased to be featured in the UK Outcomes Group `Turning the Curve' newsletter, following our recent successful event in Birmingham, in partnership with Beacon CIC. If anyone is interested in being involved in a similar event next year, please contact Lyn to discuss Lyn@cspireplus.org.uk or call 07817 944593. ...[Read more]
15/11/2011
We welcome the government's commitment to give greater control to children and young people and their families. Here is our response to the SEND Green Paper. Too many families find the existing arrangements confusing and stressful and we look forward, in due course, to more developed proposals to reduce bureaucracy and constrain ...[Read more]
14/06/2011
CSPIRe Plus CIC is proud to announce a unique opportunity to work with Mark Friedman, author of Trying Hard is Not Good Enough that we are hosting in partnership with Deacon CIC. Local authorities and other organisations invited to attend will be able to bring up to 8 people to have a consultation session of at least one hour to help develop bespoke ...[Read more]
06/06/2011
A team from CSPIRe Plus joined scores of other volunteers to support our chosen charity's annual walkathon. Never ones to spurn a challenge, our team completed the full 10 mile route before tucking in to the celebration barbecue at Longlevens Rugby Club. Money raised this year will support the wonderful children and staff at Milestone School , Gloucester. ...[Read more]
04/06/2011
We are preparing our response to the Government's new consultation Green Paper and will publish it on this web site in due course. We welcome the government's commitment to give greater control to children and young people and their families. Too ...[Read more]