What are the benefits of getting your school involved with Special Needs Week (13 to 17 June 2016)?


As part of Special Needs Week SEN Press are giving away two free books to all schools/teachers who ‘like’ their Facebook page – www.facebook.com/senpress1/  – and ‘share’ the post which is pinned to the top of their Facebook Page.

Once you have done this, simply email hq@specialneedsweek.co.uk with your Facebook name (so we can confirm), and your contact details (your name and the school’s postal address) so that SEN Press can send your two free books out to you.

If you would like to know more about SEN Press’s teaching resources or place an order with them, please visit www.senpress.co.uk, call 01582 833205, or email info@senpress.co.uk.

Special Needs Week has been set up to raise awareness of just how varied the work of SENCos can be in terms of the huge (and sometimes complex) array of special needs that they work with on a day-to-day basis.

On the Special Needs Week website you will find a wealth of information about how you can get involved with Special Needs Week, as well as a comprehensive index of over 60 special needs and a Special Needs in Secondary Schools Report.

If you have any enquiries about Special Needs Week or our research, please email them to hq@specialneedsweek.co.uk  and we’ll try to help.

Special Needs Week is kindly sponsored by SEN Press, Aspire GB, Clicker 7, The Dyscalculia Centre, Dysgraphia Help, Fisher Marriott, Multi-Sensory Learning, ptuk, Robinswood Press, Turnabout Programme, and Type and Test.

There are details of the work of our sponsors (without whom we wouldn’t have been able to run Special Needs Week) on the website.

Jenny Burrows
Special Needs Week Co-ordinator