ARCS since 2018​...

In partnership with the Lambeth ADHD Strategy Group

  • Developed and coordinated three comprehensive fully evaluated training days

  • Developed and hosted three parent education/training events in partnership with CAMHS and Just4Kids Law

  • – a Children's legal advice charity

  • Negotiated and coordinated a comprehensive police professional development training and education

  • programme of three training events (to train 150 police DDO Safeguarding Officers), in partnership with YOS

  • and SALT

  • Trained Fulham Football Foundation coaches in ADHD Awareness and de-escalation behaviour management

  • strategies

  • Campaigned to ensure that ADHD is forefront on the Lambeth SEND and SEMH strategy agenda, and brought

  • ADHD to the forefront of their Children and Young Peoples’ 5-year Strategy.

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Our current projects

  • As part of the Mental Health in Schools Teams funding, ARCS has been commissioned to Lead and co-ordinate the multi-agency Neurodiversity and Transition To Secondary School (NATTSS Project).  We are producing a toolkit of model policies, procedures and resources for the borough's primary and secondary schools to support families and young people successfully transition to secondary school, and enable schools to develop more neurodiverse inclusive practices

  • As one of the King's Civic Challenge's Award winners, ARCS is working in partnership with The Elmgreen School and Chocolate Films to co-produce an animated film with years 7-9 young people with ADHD.  The aim of the film is for young people to express how ADHD affects them and what teaching staff and schools can do to support them.  The film will be showcased in Lambeth and be made available as part of a package of ADHD awareness training resources

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Making clubs accessible

  • In partnership with Ebony Horse Club in Loughborough Junction, Leading and co-ordinating an ADHD/ASD Horse riding holiday club

  • Developing a holiday and after-school ADHD/ASD awareness training programme for holiday and after school clubs to ensure the are ADHD-friendly

Kids Riding Horses