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Useful Websites & Contacts - Special Needs Education

Advisory Centre for Education . a registered charity which helps parents support their children in school. www.ace-ed.org.uk

Advisory Unit: Computers in Education – an independent organisation offering IT services and educational software to schools. www.advisory-unit.org.uk

Basic Skills Agency - a national agency producing and publishing learning material to help children, young people and adults to improve basic skills. www.archive.basic-skills.co.uk

BBC Accessible Newsreader – a BBC news web site for switch users.
www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/newsreader

BBC Online Education – starting point for resources and links to other Web sites. www.bbc.co.uk/education/

Becta (The British Educational Communications and Technology agency) – information on ways of using ICT in education. www.becta.org.uk

BSF and PCP leadership online: future.ncsl.org.uk/

Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education (CSIE) Inclusion page – advice and information on the work of the CSIE in promoting inclusive education. inclusion.uwe.ac.uk

Closing the Gap – the online version of the US journal that promotes the use of computer technology in special education. www.closingthegap.com

DfES Special Needs – information on legislation, organizations and projects. www.dfes.gov.uk/sen/

EduWeb - The curriculum support site from RM is now called LearningAlive. www.learningalive.co.uk

Enabling Education Network (EENET) – an information sharing network aiming to support and encourage inclusion. www.eenet.org.uk

EQUALS - a national organisation for teachers of pupils with severe learning difficulties. (more info) . . . www.equals.co.uk

Examinations – Special Arrangements www.aqa.org.uk

Facilitating Inclusion North East (FINE) - FINE brings together twelve Local Education Authorities in the North East of England with the aim of developing more effective inclusive educational practices. www.fine-partnership.org.uk

David Fulton Books - publishers of special needs books. www.fultonbooks.co.uk

Inclusion – a free, searchable catalogue of online resources to support teaching professionals, parents and carers in meeting individual learning needs. inclusion.ngfl.gov.uk

JISC Mail – a directory of discussion lists primarily for the UK higher education community www.jiscmail.ac.uk

NAACE - national organisation that encourages the effective use of information technology in education. www.naace.org

NASEN (National Association for Special Educational Needs) - publishes many practical publications dealing with language development, literacy, mathematics, and classroom management. (more info) . . . www.nasen.org.uk

National Grid for Learning – a collection of resources brought together by the UK Government. The Schools area has a Special Needs section. www.ngfl.gov.uk

Profound and Multiple Learning Disability Network Scotland online forum - www.dundee.ac.uk/pamis/forum

Qualifications and Curriculum Authority – an overview of curriculum, assessment and qualifications. www.qca.org.uk

Optimus Education - magazines, bulletins and conferences for teachers, including Special Children Magazine: www.teachingexpertise.com

SCET (Scottish Council for Educational Technology) - www.scet.org.uk

SENJIT (Special Educational Needs Joint Initiative for Training) - offer a range of publications and training. (more info) . . . www.ioe.ac.uk/teepnnp/SENJIT_Home.html

Simon's Raising Achievement Web site – a Web site developed and maintained by a Learning Support teacher to share resources that he has found useful. www.simonmidgley.co.uk

SKILL - supports young people and adults in further and higher education, training and employment. (more info) . . . www.skill.org.uk

Times Educational Supplement – an online version 0f the educational newspaper. www.tes.co.uk

You could also contact:

In Touch - a registered charity providing information and contacts for parents of children with special needs. They can give advice on education, aids and equipment, holidays, residential care, leisure etc. They produce a newsletter three times a year.
In Touch Trust . 10 Norman Road . Sale . Cheshire . M33 3DF . Tel: 0161 905 2440

PMLD-Link – a news bulletin for those working with people with profound and multiple learning difficulties. Paul Bramble, Editor . PMLD Link . Centre for Professional Development in Education . University College Northampton . Park Campus . Boughton Green Road . Northampton . NN2 7AI


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