Welcome to EQUALS

Our Vision – EQUALS is committed to improving the lives of children and young people with learning difficulties and disabilities through supporting high-quality education.


Our Mission: To promote, share and reflect best practice in learning and teaching through collaborative working with practitioners and professionals at a national, regional and local level.

 

Membership

Access training, conferences and SAVE £100s when purchasing Curriculum and Assessment SoW licenses.

Curriculum

Schemes of Work for
PMLD, SLD/MLD,
& Pupils working below age related expectations.

Assessment

Mapping and Assessing
Personal Progress
​​(Semi-formal and Formal Versions).

Conferences

National & Regional Conferences
(discounts for members)

Training

Online Training
Up to 2 hour sessions
100% FREE for EQUALS Members

Useful Links

Here you an view a selection of Useful Links from EQUALS.

 



Online CPD Sessions – 3:45-5:15 pm

EQUALS provides online-training sessions which are 100% FREE, for EQUALS members.

Email admin@equalsoffice.co.uk to register your interest or to book a place.





Regional Curriculum and Assessment Conferences

  • Brackenfield School in Nottingham on 8th October 2021
  • Hadrian School in Newcastle upon Tyne on 12th November 2021
  • NCVO in London on 19th November 2021
  • Wilson Stuart School in Birmingham – March 2022 – Date to be confirmed
  • Melland High School on the 4th March 2022

There is a  small charge of £25 per person for the regional curriculum and assessment conferences
which will go towards expenses such as lunch and refreshments







EQUALS Regional & Assessment Conferences –

If you would like to attend please could you email admin@equalsoffice.co.uk and put in the email which venue you would like to attend.
We will add you to the delegates list and be in touch with more information and a programme for the day.



EQUALS Highlights
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What Our Members Say
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We have thousands of satisfied members since we began in 1994

Rodney House School – Manchester

We feel the online training delivered by EQUALS have been WONDERFUL.  The relevance and depth of the sessions has been fantastic, Peter is a very knowledgeable man. Having training delivered online has enabled all our teachers to attend and have discussions after the event rather than one teacher attending and disseminating which can water down the content.
Thank you so much and keep them coming!

Peter Imray

“Lets focus on things that matter”.

“For those with a profound learning difficulty (PMLD), learning is best done when the learner is placed in the centre of the curriculum”.

Priory Woods School – Middlesbrough

“The Semi-formal Curriculum meets the needs of our special children and we feel more able to promote what the children need rather than being constrained by subject areas”.

“Freedom to be creative and concentrate on individual needs with a focus on independence”.

Pedagogy, Curriculum and Assessment of Pupil Progress for Children and Young People with SLD and PMLD

“Great delivery – motivational speaker, thank you’
“A fantastic workshop with many learning and thinking points!’
“Excellent informative course”
“Information about different kinds of assessment models”
“Thought provoking ideas on SLD curriculum”
“Analysing what we teach and why?”

Confident Parenting Workshop

“Fab content in terms of setting up a parent support group”
“Very useful and informative”
“Opportunities to discuss and information on THRIVE’
“Ideas for parenting course to run in school”
“I liked the whole concept of the course and the fact that it seems to be very parent driven”