Course curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction to Working with Schools

    • Welcome

    • The 'Difficult Parent'

  • 2

    All about parents

    • About Parents

    • About SEND parents

  • 3

    All about teachers

    • A teacher's job

  • 4

    How schools work

    • School Policies and procedures

    • Roles and responsibilities

  • 5

    Communicating with the school

    • Keeping in touch

  • 6

    Talking to the school... be honest

    • Tell teachers about you and your family

    • Write a summary about your child

  • 7

    Summary

    • Summary

  • 8

    Test yourself

    • Quiz

  • 9

    WeCanAccess is endorsed by the University of East London

    • Letter of endorsement pdf for download

Social proof: reviews

5 star rating

excellent

Laura Alabi

amazing and very informative . I particularly like the pictures and the fact that it relates to things that are happening in the schools and parents of children with SEND.

amazing and very informative . I particularly like the pictures and the fact that it relates to things that are happening in the schools and parents of children with SEND.

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5 star rating

I learnt alot

EVELYN ALBERT

It was a great learning experience, a lot to take home on how to work with schools. Thank you so much.

It was a great learning experience, a lot to take home on how to work with schools. Thank you so much.

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Nigeria Parents - How to Work with Schools

Zigwai Tagwai

It was a very timely, personal intervention for me as an individual. I decided to take the courses for Nigeria, not because I am a Special Needs Educator, but because I believe these are very essential skills and information that every person shou...

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It was a very timely, personal intervention for me as an individual. I decided to take the courses for Nigeria, not because I am a Special Needs Educator, but because I believe these are very essential skills and information that every person should have, as a parent, community member or young person. It gives us a better understanding of the people we get to interact with daily, builds empathy and sensitivity, as well as true concern for the needs of others, while also creating the attitude of accommodation and intentionality in all that we do, even as lawmakers and political leaders.

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