Youth Employment UK

The transition from education to work is not always an easy or straightforward one. Youth employment UK helps by provide additional resources to improve knowledge and skills as well as help to find the right career path.

SEND Family Instincts

Supporting families through all aspects of education, understanding and applying for EHCP and support.  Through a paid support structure you can have access to an advocate at any time to help with the daily challenges.

ReachoutASC

Lynn McCann is an experienced teacher who looks at support, training and advice for those working with autistic children in school.
Her years of working with autistic children has allowed her to experience
and understand their specific educational needs.

Lisa Mills Online

Lisa delivers BSL Online to anyone wanting to learn or improve their British Sign Language Skills.  She truly believes that by us learning BSL the gap between the deaf and hearing community is reduced which improves our social integration.

The Skills Builder Partnership

A framework of resources to enable children and young  people develop their own skills, to become a more confident person that will  move in to the next phase of their education or employment.

NEC (National Extension College)

Established in 1963 as a not-for-profit educational charity and with a strong, proud heritage in enabling students to ‘learn at a distance’, the National Extension College (NEC) is recognised as a specialist in online learning. NEC has forged a reputation for quality and innovation.

NEC aims to transform lives and open up new possibilities for people of all ages by offering access to essential school qualifications like GCSEs and A levels, as well as vocational qualifications in management, business, childcare and teaching. These courses can be studied flexibly, any time and anywhere, and offer each student an exceptional level of support to achieve their future ambitions.

Not Fine In School

Not Fine In School understand that attending school for some children is incredibly difficult for many reasons.
The aim is to support those families and connect them to support and services that will benefit the whole family.
There is a parental community that also offers advice and support as well as connecting you to others who are in similar positions to share knowledge and understanding.

Autism Education Trust

Autism Education Trust ensure that every child with autism has the opportunity to receive and engage in suitable education by providing teaching partners to those children that need them and to train individuals to teach.

I can (London)

Enabled all children to access speech and language communication tools especially within educational settings.

elsa – Support

elsa-support creates beautiful downloadable resources that can be used within a classroom or home school environment. These resources can help children and young people understand and manage their emotions, support their self-esteem and promote wellbeing.  With regular free downloads and a newsletter keeping you up to date this really is an amazing resource.