The charity, Disability Equality in Education was commissioned by the DfES in April 2003 to produce a training manual, with linked index DVDs to show how to make Reasonable Adjustments. The pack was released in April 2006, for use by schools and professionals associated with schools.
An animated story of how schooling has evolved over time for disabled children and those identified as having “special educational needs”.
Read John Pring’s report from the launch of UKDHM 2023 Full article here.
This ITV News report discusses why many schools are still not celebrating Disability History Month and what can be done.
Disability History Month is taking place from November 16th to December 16th so at Disability Rights UK, we wanted to take this opportunity to look back on some of our favourite parts of Disability history from across our movement. Below,…
Read the article at the link below: https://www.specialneedsjungle.com/disability-history-month-2023-focusing-disability-childhood-youth-inclusion-backwards/
BBC television programme from 1995 in which disabled people give accounts of their experience at school.
ALLFIE’s ‘How Was School?’ project looks at Disabled People’s experiences of education over the last 100 years through the telling and recording of personal memories and histories of school.
A collection of videos and texts looking back at developments in inclusive education.
The Reasonable Adjustments Project was filmed in 2004 up and down the UK and was published in 2006 by the Department of Education and Skills.