We need an experienced part-time Finance Manager to join us at a time of planned growth and development of our service. We are looking for a candidate with a successful track record in a financial management position, including direct involvement in the preparation of statutory accounts, budgets and forecasts, management and other financial reports and financial appraisals for decision-making. If you think you have the expertise, interest and ambition to join us in this mission, please click here for further information
Puzzle Centre are running parent support group for those families with a child on our nursery waiting list. You are welcome to attend one or more of our group activities if you are waiting for a place in our specialist setting Aim: The focus of these groups will be to introduce you and your child to some of the specialist input provided by Puzzle Centre and to give you opportunities to meet other families. Click here for more information
Puzzle Centre delivers Early Years Autism Training across South East via AET Training Hub The Puzzle Centre in partnership with the Buckinghamshire Learning Trust and Oxfordshire County Council has been awarded the contract by the Autism Education Trust to be the South East Region Early Years Training Hub. The training hub is now delivering a 3-tier programme for early years practitioners across the whole of the South East region of England. The three tiers of training available are: Tier 1. Making sense of autism – for all early years practitioners Tier 2. Good autism practice – for practitioners working directly
We are delighted to say we have joined the Vale Lottery. Vale Lottery is a weekly lottery that directly supports good causes which benefit the Aylesbury Vale community and all supporters get the chance to win prizes of up to £20,000! Puzzle Centre would love it if you would think about getting involved. To find out how to play and ensure your ticket directly supports Puzzle Centre please click here .
We are delighted to announce we are now being supported by BBC Children in Need. The grant will be used to provide more specialist teaching and therapy to the very young children with autism or communication difficulties we support, to increase their communication and social skills, and emotional well-being. Click here for full details.
In June, BBC South Today came to film at our specialist early intervention centre to see our work and meet some of our families. Puzzle’s own women’s cycling team, The Puzzle5Etape were there too to highlight the importance of autism awareness and the need to raise money to extend the services we provide. Enjoy the film!