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Children in the

Community Project

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YOU know

Working in

A community

WE Know

Our Aims


  • Feel SUPPORTED within their local community

  • Understand that professionals working together to support a family  need not be viewed as judgemental, and will work with the family to achieve the best possible social, emotional and wellbeing needs for the whole family

  • Believe anything is possible because they are MOTIVATED and ASPIRE to achieve

  • Be INDEPENDENT in their quest to learn new skills & strategies for helping themselves to flourish


  • CELEBRATE DIVERSITY and be PROUD of themselves


One Step Further


I'm Linda, 

A qualified Adult Tutor, Coach, Mentor & Life Skills facilitator. My passion for pastoral care & safeguarding is the thread running through my support within the community.

Old enough to be a Grandmother, young enough to become a child when I need to. I've been working in the community for over 18 years. I really enjoy  using  my life skills & experiences to benefit those families who just need a lift up to get back in the saddle.  I'm so excited to be part of  team who want the best for the families we've yet to meet. It's time to put my family support,  coaching, mentoring, organisational and basic counselling skills to good use.


I'm Tara,

A 50 something female who is passionate about supporting families to jump the hurdles that life puts in their path. 

I'm a Licensed Thrive Practitioner, and I love using this skill on a 1:1 basis and in small groups.   I strongly believe that Thrive is an effective way of meeting children's social & emotional needs, and helps us as parents to understand how and why negative behavior presents it'self.



Forest Families

I'm Lea,

An Approved Practitioner with the Therapeutic Forest CIC. I completed my Forest School training with Surrey Wildlife Trust early in 2019, and I really enjoy seeing all the benefits of using my therapeutic & nurturing skills with both the children and the families who attend my sessions. I'm passionate about the Forest School ethos, getting our little people outside, back to basics, chilling out and most importantly - having fun.


I'm Ola,

I have a  passion for social inclusion and am a strong believer that all children can thrive if supported well. I am a teacher in a special school , a student and a parent of an autistic boy. Caleidoscope was created after I was inspired by my son's different perception of the world and because of  my passion to support.

I have 20 years of teaching experience,  a Mental Health First Aider and trained in Attention Autism, Intensive Interaction, LEGO based therapy, Behaviour that Challenges. My passion is Art as a healing tool and I am a trained coach in Therapeutic Art.

I use my teaching skills and autism knowledge to design courses, training sessions and classes for children to raise awareness of autism, promote inclusion and improve mental wellbeing. 


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