Click on any link to download free educational resources suitable for use with young people
with special educational needs and disabilities.
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.
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.
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.
Learn about healthy eating and growing with Grow Your Own Potatoes
If you would like a resource written for your organisation please get in contact.
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.