Oak National Academy publishes SEN lessons and resources

Lessons and resources for pupils with additional needs have been published by the Oak National Academy to support home education during the lockdown.

The government-funded initiative launched last month offering 180 video lessons a week across a range of subjects for Reception through to year 10.

The resources are being created by a team of 40 state school teachers and the lessons are sequenced and free to use.

The site launched with resources for mainstream pupils who do not need significant support or adaptation to access the curriculum.

Now, with support from around 20 teachers and therapists from special schools in England, lessons and resources have been added for pupils with additional needs.

They are designed for pupils with the greatest additional needs and many are intended for families to work through with their child.

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