Richard Cloudesley Outreach Service

The Richard Cloudesley Outreach Service has been developed to support the inclusion of children and young people with visual impairments, hearing impairments and multi-sensory impairment aged 0-19 years, in all of Islington's maintained schools and early years settings. In addition we offer training and advice on manual handling.  The service has two distinct parts, Training and Development and Statutory Support for individuals.

Who to contact

020 7786 4808 020 7786 4808
Richard Cloudesley Outreach Service
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Golden Lane Campus
101 Whitecross Street

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Opening times/date
Term time only

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Who is this service for?
The service supports children and young people aged 0-19 years, who are in Islington schools.
Can I refer myself?
Referral required
Referral Details

Schools/Early Years Settings request a referral form from the service which must be returned with supporting medical evidence of a visual or hearing impairment. Once we are are in receipt of the completed referral form we will set up an initial assessment and advisory visit. Referrals are also made from Health Services in which the school will then be informed. If a baby is referred the parents will be contacted in order to arrange a home visit if required. Parents can contact the service directly for advice and information.

Additional Languages
English, BSL

Local Offer

How will you support my child?

We also run four incredible extended school clubs. All of which are inclusive, fun and safe at Richard Cloudesley. We have a core base of well trained staff.  During term time we run our Thursday after school club which is open to secondary aged students with multiple physical and learning needs and Saturday sports club is open to children of any ability over the age of 5.  Our Easter holiday play schemes are great fun with lots of activities to keep all young people busy.

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