Researchers at the University of Exeter have created a free training resource to assist parents, teachers, sports coaches and therapists improve the interceptive motor skills of children with movement coordination difficulties. Our website features a series of free videos which aim to teach improved coordination in a variety of sporting skills.
The Dyspraxia Foundation is proud to announce our first conference for 2019!
Introducing Dyspraxia/DCD: increasing understanding and implications – a one day event for parents, carers, health and education professionals including teachers, SENCos , Learning Support Staff and anyone with an interest in Dyspraxia/DCD .
The Certificate of Personal Effectiveness (CoPE) has been one of our most popular courses since the qualification was first introduced in 2004. We get lots of positive feedback from our centres about CoPE, so we are giving away free teaching and learning resources to celebrate a course that continues to boost young people’s essential skills, motivation, confidence and self-esteem.
Nurture groups offer a short-term, inclusive, focused intervention to support children and young people's SEMH needs.
Nurture groups assess learning and social and emotional needs and give the necessary help to remove the barriers to learning.
Learn more about nurture groups in our new booklet.
To celebrate Christmas, we have compiled three free resources to help educators add a festive touch to the end of term:
Christmas dinner shopping list
Helping others at Christmas
Christmas label templates
You can read more about the resources and download them for use in your lessons via our website.
This toolkit is for education and childcare professionals supporting children and young people affected by stroke.
Stroke is often seen as only affecting older adults, but it can happen to anyone of any age, including babies, children and young people. This publication provides key information about stroke in childhood, as well as practical tools to help with communication, planning and documentation in the classroom or childcare setting. It signposts to additional sources of information.
A guide to support practionners develop an understanding of autism, including related social and communication difficulties, within the context of PE and sport. The guide is designed to be a practical toolkit, building upon knowledge of autism and some of the key considerations for making PE and sport inclusive to all.
A whole range of free downloadable information sheets relating to dyspraxia/DCD. Please feel free to browse at your leisure.These ar of interest to teachers, TA's, carers, parents and anyone with an interest in dyspraxia and how to support best practice.