Posted: 13th January 2022

The Gold Standard!

We’re absolutely delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Gold standard by Investors in People, demonstrating our commitment to realising the potential of our staff. We achieved a silver rating at our last assessment three years ago and now we’ve gone one better. Gold accredi ...

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Posted: 11th January 2022

Family Affair!

As many of our families will know, there’s no instruction manual or guidebook to bringing up children on the spectrum, it’s simply a case of picking it up as you go along. However, a little knowledge or experience can be very useful, as Romford mother Aisha found out when her little gir ...

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Posted: 6th January 2022

Parent group goes virtual!

Our Parent Support Group next week will be a virtual meeting.  As we are no longer be able to hold our scheduled in-person parent coffee morning next Monday, we will be holding an online virtual parent support group via Zoom at 1.00pm on the same day, Monday 10th January. If you would li ...

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Posted: 17th December 2021

Santa's in the garden!

Jemma and Olivia got to meet Santa Claus! Santa's Grotto magically appeared this week, in the back garden of Paul & Jemma Taylor from Rise Parlk, Havering. Paul and Jemma have been enthusiastic supporters of Sycamore Trust UK for several years now, ever since they brought daughter Olivia ...

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Posted: 13th December 2021

Christmas closing 2021

In line with the latest government advice, we are advising all Sycamore Trust UK staff to work from home, starting on Monday 13th December. Therefore, the Autism Hub in Romford and the Sycamore Trust premises in Dagenham are now closed to the public until after Christmas. We plan to re-open on T ...

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Posted: 10th December 2021

The Magical Little Girls of Christmas

The little girl was named Adrienne Wednesday. And on this snowy night she was shivering in the orphanage dormitory. And she was magic. The little sprite girl was named Ayelet Sunday. And on this snowy night she was watching the stars upon the city rooftops. And she was magic too. Only magic ...

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