Children and young people face discrimination, academic exclusion and disability; these create barriers to play. Lollard Street works to tear down barriers to inclusion and help kids build steps over them. We offer additional support to those that need it, with a dedicated inclusion playworker on every shift and more to come in the future. Our Inclusion coordinator works with children and families to plan and deliver the services that they need. Please speak to staff if your child needs extra support, we all work to challenge discrimination and inequality through dialogue and play. We are increasing disabled access with all new development on the site, our impressive structure finished in 2015 is wheelchair accessible and the future development of the sports pitches includes plans for disabled changing facilities.
For more information on our inclusion project please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org