Resources to support special educational needs and disabilities and specific learning difficulties
This video from the Thomas Pocklington Trust simulates how the world looks through the eyes of people who are visually impaired as they go about their everyday lives.
The SEND exhibition website is designed to help post-16 learning providers, practitioners, leaders and managers to recognise their key role in improving outcomes for learners with special educational needs and disabilities.
These downloadable guides aim to provide you with an understanding of the potential impact of Autism, Dyslexia and Hearing impairment on learning, and of how to better support learners to achieve their full potential.
This is a free, introductory online module which aims to provide practitioners with an improved awareness of what dyslexia is, its impact, how it is assessed in different contexts and how it can be supported within an inclusive learning environment.
My Computer My Way is a step-by-step guide to individual adjustments you can make to your computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone to make it easier to use.
Phonics resources for Entry Level Functional Skills and ESOL learners. There are two books: Resources for Older Learners and Stories for Older Learners, and a set of decodeable graded reading books, with accompanying support materials.
Resources, an interactive curriculum framework and accreditation for Pre-Entry learners, including a link to the electronic version of the Adult Pre-Entry Curriculum Framework for Literacy and Numeracy.
The Basic Skills Agency supported the development of effective programmes of literacy, language and numeracy learning for adults, young people and children, and produced a wide range of resources to support maths and English skills development.