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Autumn Charity Fashion Show

By Tracey Owen | September 26, 2018

For the second time this year, Helen Spencer, of Nellie & Dove in Deddington is hosting a Charity Fashion Show in aid of Let’s Play. The event takes place on Wednesday 3rd October from 7.30-9.30pm at Deddington Church. £5 from every ticket sale is donated to Let’s Play. We are super grateful to Helen for…

Congratulations to our Snowdon Climbers!

By Tracey Owen | July 27, 2018

One of our very own wonderful Young People, Brother, Mum, Dad and Grandad took on the impressive challenge of climbing Snowdon this July to raise funds for us here at the Let’s Play Project! We were a bit worried about the heatwave a few days before. However,  the weather changed and the climb turned out…

Short Breaks Newsletter

By Tracey Owen | July 27, 2018

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The Let’s Play Project specialises in the provision of play and leisure opportunities for young people with additional needs age 5 – 25 years old. We believe in equality of opportunity for all. We strive to create a positive and happy inclusive environment where everyone is valued and achievements are celebrated. We are an open access provision and operate on a self referral basis.

We are commissioned by Oxfordshire County Council to provide activities for  young people with additional needs all year round.

The project provides trained play workers who accompany young people at activities after school and during the school holidays. We aim to respond to needs as they arise and have staff working in a variety of leisure venues and at our own base. We currently run after school sessions five days a week. We also run day trips and activity days for young people during the holidays.

Let’s Play  is committed to Safeguarding and Safer Recruitment, promoting the welfare of children and young people.  To achieve our commitment, we will ensure continuous development and improvement of robust Safeguarding processes and procedures that promote a culture of Safeguarding amongst our staff and volunteers.

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“The majority of our services are funded by Oxfordshire County Council and for these sessions, priority will be given to residents of Oxfordshire.”

Let’s Play run training days for our own play workers and offers training to our partner organisations, with the long term aim of ensuring inclusive provision for disabled young people at all play and leisure venues in Banbury.

Let’s Play Project
Charity Number: 1111944
Commissioned by Oxfordshire County Council

Ofsted registered: EY413507

The Let’s Play Project is committed to safeguarding and all staff are trained by the OSCB, to find out more about safeguarding and what OSCB do please go to http://www.oscb.org.uk/ 

To access the OSCB Multi Agency Safeguarding Tools please go to http://www.oscb.org.uk/themes-tools/ 

We do have a complaints policy which can be given to you by the Core Staff team but should you wish to make any further complaint please contact Ofsted: Ofsted Piccadilly Gate Store Street Manchester M1 2WD Telephone: 0300 123 4666