The Government has released new guidance for parents and carers attending out-of-school settings. Please read the guidance (external link).
Sutton library has a series of entertaining and accessible bitesize books written by the very best contemporary authors and aimed at emerging readers. There is also a dyslexia collection called "Read OK" of children’s and young adults books identifiable by their bright orange spine stickers. Each library has a labelled shelf, look for the "Read OK" and "Quick Reads" labels or ask the library staff.
Whitehall Historic House will now be open outside of regular hours on special 'quiet days' for visitors with Special Education Needs and Disabilities and their families and carers. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Sensory sacks, including ear defenders, fidget toys and puppets are available to borrow at the museum's front desk. To help prepare for your visit, you can download a printable visual guide to the museum. In addition the museum also offers Spotter's Guides and audio guides. Accessibility and Welcome to Whitehall videos in makaton will soon be released. To help prepare for your visit, you can download a printable visual guide to the museum (PDF, 1.36MB).
Park Runs are a weekly, free, fun and friendly chance to be active. You can run, walk, jog, volunteer or just watch! The 5km run is every Saturday at 9am at Nonsuch Park, Cheam. There is also a 2km run for 4 to 14 year olds every Sunday at 9am at Nonsuch Park, Cheam. Find out about the Junior run. You can email email@example.com to discuss any needs or worries you have before you go.
An easy read guide to Sutton borough, including shopping and eating, things to do and where to go for help.
Zoom meeting sessions for young people with a learning disability living or learning in Sutton.
Sutton Leisure Centres
Sutton has 4 main leisure centres which offer a variety of activites. Please contact the centres directly to check the dates and times of activities.