Click on any link to download free educational resources suitable for use with young people 
 with special educational needs and disabilities.
    


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The International Fund for Animal Welfare's fabulously well resourced FREE pack for special schools,
 teaching students about how to take care of themselves and their cats and dogs.

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       Stories from different cultures                     A sensory story to inspire                      Amnesty International's
                                                                        interest in STEM subjects                       resource about saying
                                                                                                                                        Yes or No
                            
  A series of inclusive resources from for learners in special schools.
                                                       
       
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Water week - Global learning                           Everyone Counts - Numeracy                Stories from Haiti - Literacy
                                

http://www.booktrust.org.uk/programmes/secondary/school-library-pack/   
              2016-2017 Free Special School library pack is now available for schools to apply for here
Be sure to explore the booktrust site for other wonderful inclusive resources.


                                        
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  Learn about healthy eating and growing with Grow Your Own Potatoes 


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           Hope filled resources to inspire students to understand difference and create a brighter future.                          
 


If you would like a resource written for your organisation please get in contact.
 

Sensory Tours

Sensory tours are a great way to deliver a meaningful visitor experience for individuals who experience meaning in a primarily sensory way, for example individuals with profound and multiple learning disabilities or individuals experiencing the later stages of dementia. 

Tours have been created for a variety of settings including Kensington Palace and The London Transport Museum.