- About Us
Our SEND Coordinator is Mrs Laura Cleminson. You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Advice for Parents and Carers
Independent Parental Special Education Advice, a charity which offers legal advice, support and training to ensure children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) access the right education.
A statutory service supporting parents/carers of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and children and young people with SEND.
Durham Local Offer
Cognition and Learning
Online memory training from age 6
A website dedicated to supporting children with dyslexia
British Dyslexia Association
A website for support with learning disabilities
Communication and Language
ICAN Talking Point
Talking Point provides a guide to speech and language services and useful links to other associated websites.
The Communication Trust
NHS Speech and Language Services
Speech and Language Kids
A range of education and therapy resources for parents and teachers of children with speech and language problems
Sensory and Physical
The Sensory Seeker
Information on sensory processing disorders
Sensory Processing Disorders
National Deaf Children’s Society
NHS Occupational Therapy
Movement/brain break activities
Motor skills activities for younger children
Some ideas for motor skills activities for younger children
Motor skills activities
A very comprehensive booklet of motor skills activities
Social, Emotional, Mental Health
Anna Freud Centre for Children and Families
Children's mental health charity.
Mental health Foundation
The National Autistic Society
The ADHD foundation
Support for families affected by autism
The Autism Page
A website run by a mum of children with autism
Includes websites, apps and videos
A website with some free resources on supporting emotional literacy and wellbeing.
A website focussed on social and emotional wellbeing. There are some free resources at the end of the home page.
A link providing some useful information on using visual timetables. This might help to keep routine and familiarity.