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Education that’s truly special

Education that’s truly special

When you visit the stunning, eco-friendly, 40 acre campus on the Dorset/Hampshire border it becomes apparent why this college is a first choice for parents and young adults with special educational needs.

Individual buildings linked by natural pathways through green open spaces and woodland give a sense of calm and wellbeing. Exclusive onsite facilities include a gym hall, heated indoor swimming pool, kitchen garden and purpose-built therapy building offering onsite specialist input from occupational, physiotherapy as well as complementary therapies such as massage, music and art.

IARA Nominations 2016

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Special Awards Recipients:

Anna Kennedy OBE – Best Humanitarian Award 2016

Joshua Kane – Best Designer 2016

Atiha Sen Gupta – Best Playwright 2016

John Bryne – Best Contribution to Arts & Diversity 2016

Khali Best – Youngest Achievement Award Film & Television 2016 

Moelogo – Best UK-Afrobeat Artist 2016

Jermain Jackman – Inspirational Music Artist of The Year 2016 

Racquel Smith – Best Fashion Model 2016

Bmystireo – Best Emerging African Artist

Sarah Jagger – Best Makeup Artist 2016 

Carmel Britto – Outstanding Contribution to Youth Development

A MUM from Middlesbrough has won fresh recognition for her pioneering support for children with autism.

Oaka Books launches digital resources for visual learners at TES SEN Show

·         The Oaka Digital KS3 resources are designed for students with special educational needs (SEN), including dyslexic and visual learners.

·         The digital packs contain kinaesthetic and visual activities, quizzes, imagery and animations to help improve engagement and attainment.

·         At the Oaka stand (19), teachers can purchase the entire Oaka Digital range of 42 topic packs at a discounted introductory price of £49 for the first year (this is a Special Show Offer and normal price is £149.00).

Oaka Books, a UK publisher specialising in SEN resources, today announced it will be launching its new digital resource packs for dyslexic students and visual learners at the TES SEN show on 7 and 8 October in London.

Disability Further Education College ‘Nash College’ in Bromley achieves ‘Good’ in Ofsted Inspection

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Nash College – a Further Education college for young adults (19-25) with a range of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in Hayes, Bromley - has just been recognised for providing a good standard of education, being rated as ‘Good’ in all categories in an Ofsted report that was published in relation to the inspection on July 5-7th July 2016. The college is one of the services run by the national charity – Livability