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Multiple Intelligence Hub SEN Out of Term Activities / In-term Outreach Programmes

  • Available to Children and Youths aged between 8-25 with Special Educational Needs.

  • Out of Term time Day Activities 11+

  • In-term Well-being Interventions and Outreach Programmes 11+

  • SEN Experience Days 8+

  • Forestry School

  • We can offer; Good social skills for all Special Needs, particularly with Speech & Language communication needs, are on the spectrum or with associated needs.

  • Holistic activities that provide stimulation, catered for individual needs.

  • A unique, tranquil, therapeutic, safe environment for Young People.

  • We are here to encourage Young People to recognise that everyone can have life chances, the opportunity to gain new skills and enjoy life. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Donna McLean
Contact Position
Project Manager
07793 292588
01732 667961

Where to go

The Multiple Intelligence Hub CIC
Plot 2, Black Horse Farm
Crouch Lane
Borough Green
TN15 8QL

Viewings to our Provision can be arranged by appointment.  Please call or email.

Our chosen site is based in the rural setting of Borough Green.  The outdoor potential allows concentration on a unique outdoor learning environment which relies on working with nature. 

The venue is ‘unique’ which is a significant growing requirement for Special Educational Needs (SEN) within the surrounding areas of Kent.  It is set within an ideal location for the catchment area and offers ideal community areas (local shops/church/markets) etc, all forming part of the life skill opportunities we hope to incorporate to our future services.

We are a service provider, offering Outreach and Well-being interventions and Out of Term Time support activities for children and young people with additional needs.  Particularly those with Speech, Language and communication needs, are on the Autistic Spectrum or with associated needs.  Our project aims to provide holistic activities and interventions for each individual, by way of referrals from local schools.

The activities we offer are set within a beautiful rural, natural environment where outdoor learning can be appreciated.  Additional indoor activities are also available, some of a therapeutic nature.  

We use the nature of horticulture, recreation and other land based activities to provide well-being development and support to disadvantaged children and young people assisting with their social, emotional and personal development, as well as improve their academic outcomes, either by re-engaging them back into education or offering an alternative delivery for learning. We inspire children and young adults to be able to excel more from hands on experiences that engages and focuses them, encouraging life skills.

Facilities available:

  • 2 Communal Zones, with rest area and Well-being Hub
  • 2 x Wheelchair accessible toilet
  • 1 x WC
  • 1 x Shower
  • Fenced off Garden area
  • Outdoor fields 7.5 acres
  • Woodland area 1.5 acres
  • Woodland walks
  • Kitchen area
  • Sensory Room
  • Animal care area
  • Recreational Space

When is it on?

Date & Time Information
Monday to Friday (Out of Term Time) 10 am - 3 pm. Monday to Friday (During Term) 9.30 am - 3 pm, excluding Bank Holidays
Time of day
Session Information
Full Day: Activities - 10.00 am - 15.00 pm.
Half Day: 10.00 am - 12.30 pm or 12.30 pm - 15.00 pm

Other Details

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
Please call or email for cost enquiries Per session
Cost details
Additional charges may apply depending on full/half day options
long term programmes and where lunch options and additional support is required.
Referral required?
Referral and availability notes

For our out of term time activities, online direct referrals forms are available for parents/carers or can be provided ahead of an initial pre-arranged assessment visit.

In term programmes / Experience Days should be referred from the current education setting.

19+ day services can be referred via the Direct Payment service


We are designed and run by coordinators with expertise in special educational needs and land based activities. We offer services for Young People supported by an Educational Healthcare Plan, where their primary need is ASD.  Placements are also available to alternative additional needs, however all placements are subject to an initial visit and assessment, in order to establish whether individual needs can be met within our provision. 

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