Documents to aid accessibility in the classroom
Resources and activities for above KS4
Secondary / KS3 & KS4
Resources and activities for secondary students
Primary / KS2
Resources to help develop an understanding of disability and promote inclusion in Key Stage 2
Early Years / KS1
Resources to help develop an understanding of disability and promote inclusion in the Early Years and Key Stage 1
BBC Programmes on Eugenics
Science journalist Angela Saini and disability rights activist Adam Pearson, reveal that eugenics – the controversial idea that was a driving force behind the Nazi death camps – originated in the upper echelons of the British scientific community. The presenters…
UKDHM Launch contributor provides a selection of resources focusing on mental health.
DIY Theatre Company – FOLLOWING PATIENT 36
To Celebrate UK Disability History Month this year, DIY has launched a FOLLOWING PATIENT 36 Digital Story and some resources to support schools and others to explore Learning Disability History.
Was 1995 the year that changed everything for disabled people?
ARTICLE – BBC News on the protests that led to the DDA
UK Parliament – Disability History Month illustrated book
BOOK – Among those organisations marking UKDHM is the UK parliament, which has published a downloadable book that is suitable for teachers, home educators and parents to share with children aged seven to 11.