SEND resources for families: reaching their full potential


These free SEN resources are designed to help parents and families support children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

From tips on speech and language to guides for parents on getting the most out of home learning – we hope these SEND learning resources help you to engage them in learning and help them achieve their goals!

Explore our Special Educational Needs resources…

SEND learning resources

Explore our wide range of free SEND resources to find advice and support on helping your child reach their full learning potential.

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Learning with Dyslexia

Understanding more about dyslexia can help parents and educators support children to thrive in the classroom and beyond. Get learning…

Students practicing their 11 Plus vocabulary with an Explore tutor

Revision guides for dyslexic learners

Find digital revision guides for dyslexic students and visual learners.

A tutor helping students in an Explore classroom

Understanding dyslexia in children

We spoke to Annemarie Ranson, Centre Director at our Bracknell centre, about her expertise in helping children with dyslexia…

How ADHD affects learning

Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can find the classroom a tricky place to learn. Explore how ADHD affects learning and discover some helpful strategies and resources to support your child.

Autism and learning: Supporting children with autism

Discover how we support children with autism at our Explore Learning centres and through our online tuition.

Schoolboy learning in the classroom

Learning with a disability

Explore different types of learning difficulties and discover how the right tutor can support your child to reach their full potential.

Two primary school aged pupils in the classroom preparing for the 11 Plus comprehension exam

How to support SEN children with their learning

The right tuition can not only help children with a suspected or diagnosed special educational need to excel but offer support for the whole family. Charlotte Gater, the Head of Curriculum at Explore Learning, explains how…

Adapting to different learning needs

Thrive in school, support at home and adapt your approach if your child has Additional Support Needs; Charlotte Gater, Head of Curriculum at Explore Learning, shares her top tips for families.

What are SEND resources?

The SEN educational resources found on this page are designed to help families and carers support children or young people with SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities). 

At Explore Learning, we support students with diagnosed or suspected Special Educational Needs and are dedicated to adapting our teaching resources to work with your child. We have strategies to support children with concentration, sensory processing, fine motor skills or any other goals they may have. 

Whether it’s through our SEN support resources or our expert tuition, we’re here to support your family in their learning.  

If you’re looking for more free resources, our learning resources page covers everything from mental health to maths!