Jane Considine is the brilliant mind behind a wealth of educational resources and books based on years of research.
Mr P has been a primary school ICT teacher for a number of years and is more than willing to share his knowledge and skills to enhance your teaching skills or for home learners to have some fun with guidance.
Try some brilliant theme based teaching resources and lesson plans…lots of free resources!
TES offer a range of resources for teachers including lesson plans and curriculum direction to jobs and teaching posts as well as up to date news and guidelines.
Schudio TV offers a range of training for teachers and education professionals.
During the Coronavirus pandemic they are offering some free training for parents and families with disabled children to help them with the new education model and how to explain it to their children to help eliminate fears and concerns about going back to school.
Dr Pooky Knightsmith is a children’s mental health expert and understands the concerns of parents and families about the return to school routine being a challenge. She has years of experience in this field.
The National Schools Partnership Parent Portal houses a host of exciting and easy to understand learning resources for families across the UK. All content is created by teachers, curriculum-linked and adapted for use by parents. Register for free access to a range of resources across many subjects.
A range of teacher/educator resources and planning. During the Covid 19 crisis finding accurate and well constructed resources for home education are invaluable for many families. Twinkl have carefully created some free resources for a whole range of curriculum based lessons including SEN.
For over 30 years, Ruskin Mill Trust has provided Specialist Independent Education to children and adults with complex needs including learning difficulties, autistic spectrum conditions and disabilities. Our provisions offer both day and residential placements and applications are welcomed all year round.
Our unique method of Practical Skills and Therapeutic Education helps learners overcome barriers to learning, become skilled and contribute to community.
80% of all students have accessed work experience programmes during the previous 3 academic years and 76% of leavers have gone on to take up further education, employment or volunteering opportunities within the community (academic years 2015-19).
SEN Resources – Special Educational Needs – Teaching and learning with children who have Special Educational Needs can be extremely rewarding for both children and adults. But all too often children may lack enthusiasm and engagement due to the particular teaching style and resources being inappropriate for their own individual style of learning. It is important to ensure every child can achieve success in learning even if it has to be taught in a different way or with modified resources.