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.
The Special Educational Consortium (SEC) is a group of organisations who protect and promote the right of disabled children and children with special educational needs to a high – quality education which meets their needs. SEC also has a Parliamentary Group that is particularly active during the passage of legislation. The role of the Parliamentary Group is to represent the views of SEC to members of parliament. What do they do? •They provide the SEN and disability sector with a strong and unified voice with which to talk to Government, Parliament and officials. •They provide a forum for the its members to develop their thinking on education policy and set political strategy across the sector. For more information visit the website or ring the number.
SEN Teacher provides cost-free teaching & learning resources for students with special needs and learning disabilities.
Teaching kids to read, especially those who struggle. Research, classroom strategies, parent tips, books & authors, and much more, for educators and families.
A charity that supports teachers of pupils with learning difficulties including production of support materials and workshops.
Buttle UK’s Boarding Chances for Children programme supports children (aged 11-16) who are experiencing severe family, social, emotional or health problems at home by providing funding to access the care and support provided by a pastorally strong boarding place which will address social and educational needs. The focus is on vulnerable, single parent low-income families who would otherwise not have this opportunity open to them.
SENAC is a charity in Northern Ireland providing an independent advice, information and advocacy service for parents of children and young people with special educational needs up to the age of 19 across a wide range of learning difficulties. Advice Line: 028 9079 5779