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Monthly Archives: January 2018

West Worthing 5k & 10k

Sunday 11th March 2018 – 10:30am Start

A great seafront run along Worthing seafront offering a choice of 10k or 5k distances, it is a fast and flat run on an out and back route on Sunday 11th March 2018.

The run is to raise money for our fantastic special schools in the Thrive Federation.  Palatine Primary School and Oak Grove College in Worthing and Herons Dale Primary School in Shoreham cater for children with special educational needs, many of whom have associated sensory, motor and communication difficulties including Autistic Spectrum Conditions.  Cornfield School in Littlehampton is for boys with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.  All the schools do incredible work with the children but, as always, budgets are tight.  Fundraising allows the schools to address the unique needs of all the pupils at the schools and enhance their learning experience to make it as fun, dynamic and creative as possible.

Some of the projects the schools are looking to fund are; wheelchair accessible play equipment, a Forest School shelter, playground trim trail and surfacing, sensory equipment for calming room and refurbishment of a Food Technology room.

After the success of last year’s run we are back for a second year and are hoping again for a great turnout.  The event is managed by Sporting Events UK and will be chip timed, officially measured and is licenced by Run Britain and UK Athletics, all finishers will get a bespoke medal plus there will be category and team prizes.

To book a place visit: http://www.sportingeventsuk.com/enterevent/worthing-10/

Runners can also help to raise more money for the schools through sponsorship, paper sponsorship forms can be downloaded from the above website or follow this link to create a just giving fundraising page:

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising-page/creation/?cid=189402&eid=4045393&utm_source=website_cid189402_eid4045393&utm_medium=eventlinking&utm_campaign=eventlinkingurl

(The Friends of Palatine School are the collecting charity but the funds raised will be split equally between the 4 schools in the Thrive Federation).

Facilities at venue:

Toilets facilities. Free car parking nearby on residential streets. Refreshments available.

10k Entry fee:
Advanced entries: £16 affiliated club members, £18 unaffiliated
On-the-day (subject to space): £20

5k Entry fee:
Advanced entries: £12 affiliated club members, £14 unaffiliated
On-the-day (subject to space): £15

ADVANCED ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY 9TH MARCH 2018. PLEASE NOTE ON-THE-DAY ENTRIES CLOSE AT 9:15AM TO ALLOW THE RACE TO START ON TIME. Arrivals after this time may not be eligible to race. Thank you for your understanding. On-the-day entries are subject to space.

Under UK Athletics rules the minimum age for the 10km race is 15 years on the day and the minimum age for the 5k is 13 years on the day.

 

Newsletter: January

How to raise funds for Oak Grove College

Cedar Garage based in Tarring Road and Littlehampton Road – 01903 248967

Will give Oak Grove College 10% of any labour charges on any work (except MOT test and Tyres)

If your vehicle needs a service or any work please bear this in mind. The garage is situated in Littlehampton Road and Tarring Road, Worthing and is close to the train station and bus stops and also has courtesy cars available

Thank you for your support

Half Term Clubs at Lodge Hill

12th & 16th February 2018. Drop your child off at 8:30am for a full day of exciting outdoor activities!

Activity club poster

Chilled out swim sessions at Oak Grove College in February

These sessions are for those who need 1-1 support in the water. Please provide your own PA or discuss with Claire Moyle

Chilled out swim sessions Feb 18

First Steps to Adulthood: Information Event

Monday 29th January 2018 6-8pm at Chichester College (in the Conference Hall).

Parents for Autism

Delivered by Chris Foster from Autism Sussex. An interactive session looking at anxiety, how it manifests, how it can impact children and young people on the autistic spectrum and how we can support them.

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