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Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural education is a key part in developing well-rounded, responsible young people. Understanding and playing an active part in the community, whether that is the school community or the wider community in which our young people live exposes them to a wealth of stimuli from different cultures. It teaches them to appreciate diverse viewpoints; participate, volunteer and cooperate in a way that benefits others as well as themselves.

Everyone at The Business Academy Bexley is proud of their local community.  Here you will find information and news about how our young people have been getting involved in the areas in which they live and their wider community.  We have also put a few links to some useful websites that can keep you informed of What's on in the community.

Bexley SNAP

Bexley SNAP  supports disabled children in Bexley to have the best opportunities and experiences they can to enable them to have full and fulfilling lives. They offer a range of leisure services to support this; holiday play-schemes, weekend activities, youth clubs, and ‘buddy’ experiences.

Bexley SNAP supports families by offering information, advice, support, counselling, courses, coffee mornings, training, and a resource library

For pre-school disabled children Bexley SNAP offers the Little Stars project – a parent/child teaching and play programme based on the principles of conductive education. The aim of this project is to encourage the development of young children and babies with complex needs and physical delay.

Bexley Voice

Bexley Voice is a registered charity comprising of a group of voluntary parents/carers of children with disabilities, special or additional needs who live in Bexley, Kent. The ages of the children and young people we represent are between 0-25.

Their aim is to represent families by providing a "voice" to express their views and opinions, to help improve the lives of children with special needs.

School Nurse

The School Nursing Service leaflet gives contact details and information on the School Nursing Service.

The Link Thamesmead

The Link Thamesmead offers the local community a wide range of fun and inspiring activities and opportunities, as well as spaces for hire.

The Link Thamesmead is a stunning, state-of-the-art community hub aimed at young people but offering something for everyone. It is located under the elevated roundabout in Harrow Manor Way.

Click here for Extended Services - School Community Groups - March 2017 onwards