Inspired by the recent Wimbledon tournament, a group of young people took part in a specially adapted tennis session at The Children’s Trust on the 16 August.
The long-awaited publication of the National Disability Strategy last month marked an important step towards tackling the stark inequalities that disabled people face every day.
Selected from thousands of nominations, Sam Newton, Director of Education at The Children’s Trust School, has been honoured as one of 102 Pearson National Teaching Silver Award winners across the country.
90 supercars with a combined value of almost £18 million took part in The Children’s Trust Supercar Event at Goodwood Motor Circuit this year (24 July), raising more than £30,000 for children with brain injury.
A first of its kind sensory sports day took place at The Children’s Trust in Tadworth last week, where over 50 children and young people completed several specially adapted activities.
With one child in every classroom affected by a brain injury (N-ABLES 2019), neurorehabilitation experts from The Children’s Trust have launched an innovative programme to increase awareness and understanding of the condition.
Step Forward for children with brain injury this August and sign up to take part in a sponsored walk to raise funds for The Children’s Trust.
Back by popular demand, The Children’s Trust Supercar Event will take place this year as a one-day spectacular, 24 July 2021. Held at the iconic Goodwood Motor Circuit, The Children's Trust Supercar Event has been hailed as the charity’s biggest annual event, raising up to £100,000 to help children with brain injury and neurodisability.
The Children’s Trust is delighted to announce that it has made the shortlist at this year’s prestigious Charity Awards.
ITV’s Home Genie, Georgina Burnett, visited The Children’s Trust charity shop in Sevenoaks to upcycle items that had been donated and help raise funds for children with brain injury.