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Do Good Undo Bad

Three young cyclists aim to do their bit for the Northern Echo's 'Backing the Butterwick' campaign.

  • Posted On: 20 June 2018
  • Author: Stefanie Cappleman
  • Number of views: 815
Do Good Undo Bad Following recent damaging events affecting Butterwick Hospice, Andrew Lunn (11), Marcus Weston (13) and James Lunn (13) are using their pedal power to raise funds for the Butterwick Hospice as it aims to quickly recover from being damaged by theft.   Marcus, from Richmond School, has Cardio Facio Cutaneous Syndrome.  He therefore, rides an adapted tricycle and aims to ride 30 miles spread over the month of July. Marcus took part in the recent Cycling for All...

DfE to scrap attainment targets for SEND pupils

  • Posted On: 5 June 2018
  • Author: Stefanie Cappleman
  • Number of views: 718

The Department of Education is looking to boost support for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) by overhauling the way they are assessed in schools.


Supporting Reading in the Home

How to engage reluctant and struggling primary aged readers

  • Posted On: 5 June 2018
  • Author: Stefanie Cappleman
  • Number of views: 795
Supporting Reading in the Home

A practical workshop session for parents and carers.


Saddle Up

Young riders saddle up for a once in lifetime experience.

  • Posted On: 3 May 2018
  • Author: Stefanie Cappleman
  • Number of views: 862
Saddle Up

Children from the Cycling for All group, Richmond, have been invited to head up the opening parade of this year's Tour de Yorkshire, on May 5.


Sainsbury's Active Kids for All - Inclusive PE Training Programme 22nd May 2018

  • Posted On: 23 March 2018
  • Author: Stefanie Cappleman
  • Number of views: 941
Sainsbury's Active Kids for All - Inclusive PE Training Programme 22nd May 2018

The Sainsbury’s Active Kids for All Inclusive PE Project is a training initiative designed to improve the quality of PE provision for young disabled people in mainstream schools in the UK.


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