SEND-Friendly space

Four Top Tips to Create an Inclusive SEND-Friendly Space

With over 1.5 million children in the UK recognised as having special educational needs (SEN),…

A child having a VR headset fitted by an adult

CGI helps SEN students safely navigate new experiences

CGI has created a virtual reality (VR) environment in a pro-bono project for Bettridge School, a…

A child and teacher using Spellzone

Spellzone: The English Spelling Resource Created by a Dyslexia Specialist

What is Spellzone?

Created by a teacher and dyslexia specialist,…

SEND student Ethan working at Bernados

Employment for SEND students should be accessible, not exclusionary

Autistic people and people who have learning and communication disabilities often struggle to…

group of toys for disabled children

MERU is a UK charity that creates and provides assistive products for disabled children in areas of unmet need.

One of the Charity’s offerings is a range of popular, high street toys that have been specially…

SEND teacher roles

What you should know about SEND teacher applications

January to June is a key time for school recruitment and for roles working with people with…